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Control of Nonlinearity in Fiber CPA System by Pulse-shaping

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We report on a fiber-CPA-system which is operated beyond the B-integral limit. The nonlinearity, particularly self-phase-modulation, can be controlled by shaping the stretched pulses using a spatial-light-modulator. Very clean recompressed pulses are obtained at B=16.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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