Abstract

High-energy light pulses that are tunable from 1.1 to 2.6 µm, with a duration as short as 14.5  fs were generated in a type  II phase-matching βBaB2O4 traveling-wave parametric converter pumped by 18-fs pulses obtained from a Ti:sapphire laser with chirped-pulse amplification, followed by a hollow-fiber compressor.

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