Optics Express (OPT EXPRESS )
Optics Express is the world's first international all-electronic journal of optics. Published bi-weekly, Optics Express offers OSA quality, rapid publication of original, peer-reviewed articles in all fields of optical science and technology. Color graphics and audio or video features are included at no extra cost to the authors. This journal is freely and widely available to readers via the Internet.
- Impact factor3.55Show impact factor historyHide impact factor history
- 5-year impact3.58
- Cited half-life3.80
- Immediacy index0.80
- Article influence1.13
- WebsiteOptics Express website
- Other titlesOptics express
- Material typeDocument, Periodical, Internet resource
- Document typeInternet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
- Author can archive a pre-print version
- Author can archive a post-print version
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- Classification green
Publications in this journal
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ABSTRACT: We demonstrate experimentally the existence of the elliptically polarized injection-locked (EPIL) state. This state is observed when a single-transverse mode VCSEL is subject to orthogonal optical injection. The spectral feature of the EPIL state is verified and the power of each polarization is measured. The regime of the EPIL state is identified in the parameter plane of frequency detuning and injection power for different bias currents. As current decreases, the frequency detuning range for the EPIL to exist is narrower and shifts toward the negative frequency detuning. Periodic dynamics of the VCSEL is found in the neighborhood of the EPIL regime.Optics Express 03/2014; 22(5):4880-4885.
- Optics Express 03/2014; 22(5):4944-4952.
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ABSTRACT: Nonlinear absorption – such as green-induced infrared absorption (GRIIRA) – increases the risk of the catastrophic damage during high peak- power wavelength conversion. We propose a novel concept to suppress parasitic green second-harmonic generation (SHG) in optical parametric oscillation (OPO) using specially engineered quasi-phase-matched (QPM) structures. This selective suppression was achieved by relative π-phase shift in only SHG not OPO. Compared with a periodic device, a parasitic-light-suppressed (PLS) QPM device produced smaller normalized conversion efficiency in green and maintained singly resonant OPO performance.Optics Express 02/2014; 22(5):5209-5215.
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