Abstract

We present an electro-optic sampling system where a single-crystal DAST replaced the conventional LiTaO3 crystal as an electro-optic transducer. Performance improvement of the new system results from the DAST lower dielectric constant and significantly higher electro-optic coefficient.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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