Abstract

We demonstrate autocorrelation measurements of 85-fs Ti:sapphire laser pulses, using a 32-pixel ZnSe detector array in a single-shot geometry. The two-photon photoconductor is fabricated by deposition of an array of interdigitated gold fingers on a single-crystal ZnSe substrate.

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