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Sub-nanojoule pulse compression in small core area photonic crystal fibers below the zero dispersion wavelength

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Abstract

Compression of sub-nanojoule laser pulses using a commercially available photonic crystal fiber with zero dispersion wavelength of 860 nm is discussed. Theory shows that by the optimization of input and output chirp parameters up to the third-order, high quality, sub-6 fs pulses can be generated from a cost efficient experimental setup. As a verification of our theoretical results, two-fold pulse compression starting from 24 fs transform limited seed pulses is experimentally demonstrated.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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