Abstract

Two-wave-coupling coefficients are presented in the high-J limit for all combinations of linearly and circularly polarized waves and all dipole-allowed transition branches. The results are used to predict the optimum state of emission polarization and the anticipated output-power change under the influence of a circularly polarized pump in optically pumped lasers.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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