Abstract

Pulses with durations shorter than 10 fs have been produced in several laboratories by using Ti:sapphire oscillators. Chirped pulse amplification (CPA) can be used to amplify such pulses to energies of a few tens of millijoules.1 The limitations introduced during the amplification of such short pulses can be found by studying the spectral properties of Ti:sapphire amplifiers.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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