We studied the effect of Kerr nonlinearity on lasing in defect modes of weakly disordered photonic crystals. Our time-independent calculation based on self-consistent nonlinear transfer matrix method shows that Kerr nonlinearity modifies both frequencies and quality factors of defect modes. We also used a time-dependent algorithm to investigate the dynamic nonlinear effect. Under continuous pumping, the spatial sizes and intensities of defect lasing modes are changed by Kerr nonlinearity. Such changes are sensitive to the nonlinear response time.
B. Liu et al., "Effect of Kerr Nonlinearity on Defect Lasing Modes in Weakly Disordered Photonic Crystals," Applied Physics Letters, vol. 83, no. 6, pp. 1092-1094, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Aug 2003.
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Keywords and Phrases
Algorithms; Frequencies; Nonlinear Optics; Optical Kerr Effect; Photonic Crystals; Photons
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01 Aug 2003