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Design, Production and Characterization of Mirrors for Ultra-Broadband, High-Finesse Enhancement Cavities

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Abstract

To enable the enhancement of few-cycle pulses in high-finesse passive optical resonators, a novel complementary-phase approach is considered for the resonator mirrors. The design challenges and first experimental results are presented.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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