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Toward Multi-Octave Pulse Shaping by Adiabatic Frequency Conversion

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Abstract

We demonstrate complex mid-IR spectral phase and amplitude shaping spanning 2.5 - 5 μm, based on down-conversion of a shaped near-IR source, using chirped-pulse adiabatic difference frequency generation. The technique can be extended to multi-octave bandwidths.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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