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Complementary Chirped-Mirror Pair for Broadband Dispersion-Free Cavities

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Abstract

Chirped mirror pairs with complementary dispersion are proposed for construction of dispersion-free cavities. As an example a mirror pair for a filter cavity with a mirror reflectivity of ~99.2% and 100nm bandwidth (480-580nm) is designed.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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