A new class of materials, called metamaterials with beforehand designed properties, are currently of paramount importance. The most striking examples of metamaterials are photonic crystals and left-handed materials. Such materials with designed parameters are obtained on the base of various superstructures and superlattices created artificially in different media. Layered structures, created in nonlinear-optical crystals for realization of various frequency conversion processes, are called optical superlattices (OSL). The concept of the OSL allows the creation of compact, multifunctional and efficient laser systems which are in great demand for design compact multicolor sources of coherent radiation, in quantum nonlinear optics, optical communications, biomedicine, remote sensing, etc.
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