Laser optic

May 2006
Industrial Laser Solutions;May2006, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p37
The article features the Spectra Shaping Filter from Alpine Research Optics Inc. This product, which is an intra-cavity optic, provides a simple route to shorter pulses such as a five-femtosecond pulse from Titanium:sapphire ultrafast amplifiers. It is a dielectric coated filter with a spectral transmission code that is designed for a precise compensation for the problem in spectral narrowing due to gain flattening.


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