Abstract

The influence of dispersive pulse-broadening effects on femtosecond pulse formation in solid-state lasers has been investigated. Empirical formulas are derived from computer simulations, which permits the estimation of the magnitude of performance-limiting effects in practical solid-state systems.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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