Abstract

Femtosecond pulse-shaping is employed to generate an optical pulse-train that achieves background-free nonlinear phase sensitivity. The static pulse-train and Fourier-domain detection enable fast acquisition with low powers (~μW). Its potential for biological imaging is discussed.

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