Double Gires-Tournois interferometer negative-dispersion mirrors for use in tunable mode-locked lasers. (Article, 2000) [WorldCat.org]
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Double Gires-Tournois interferometer negative-dispersion mirrors for use in tunable mode-locked lasers.

Author: B GolubovicR R AustinM K Steiner-ShepardM K ReedS A DiddamsAll authors
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Optics letters, v25 n4 (20000215): 275-7
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We report the implementation and operation of novel superhigh-reflectivity negative-dispersion dielectric mirrors for use in tunable ultrafast laser systems. The mirror structure is divided into two distinct regions: an underlying superhigh-reflectivity dielectric quarter-wavelength stack and an overlying negative-dispersion section consisting of only a few layers and forming simple multiple Gires-Tournois  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: B Golubovic; R R Austin; M K Steiner-Shepard; M K Reed; S A Diddams; D J Jones; A G Van Engen
ISSN:0146-9592
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 264194846
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We report the implementation and operation of novel superhigh-reflectivity negative-dispersion dielectric mirrors for use in tunable ultrafast laser systems. The mirror structure is divided into two distinct regions: an underlying superhigh-reflectivity dielectric quarter-wavelength stack and an overlying negative-dispersion section consisting of only a few layers and forming simple multiple Gires-Tournois interferometers. The example that we present was designed for operation from 800 to 900 nm and has a near-constant group-delay dispersion of -40 fs(2) and a peak reflectivity greater than 99.99%. We show a comparison of the predicted and the measured mirror performance and application of these mirrors in a mode-locked Ti:sapphire laser tunable from 805 to 915 nm.

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