Time-domain approach to parametric conversion: A comparative study on the impact of numerical dispersion View Full Text


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DATE

2006-07

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M. Lauritano, M. Girotto, G. Bellanca, S. Trillo

ABSTRACT

Numerical integration schemes of time-domain Maxwell equations in optical dispersive and nonlinear media are considered. In this context, we study quantitatively the impact of numerical dispersion on a typical nonlinear parametric conversion process, comparing the widely used finite difference (FDTD) approach and pseudo-spectral (PSTD) methods. Our results show that, unless using very dense grid, only fourth-order PSTD gives results in good quantitative agreement with standard coupled-mode theory. More... »

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827-841

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