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Frequency Quadrupled Picosecond Fiber Laser for UV Generation

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We demonstrate efficient picosecond UV generation by means of frequency quadrupling of an amplified picosecond fiber laser. The narrowband 390-nm source with 250 mW is suitable for a number of quantum information processing tasks.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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