Abstract

We have demonstrated a reduction of the timing jitter between passively synchronized Ti:sapphire and Cr:forsterite mode-locked lasers into a 100- attosecond (as) regime by suppressing slow fluctuations with the use of active slow-bandwidth extracavity feedback. This active–passive hybrid synchronization scheme permits the achievement of timing jitters of 98±18? as at a bandwidth of 100?kHz and of 126±20? as at a bandwidth of 1?MHz for as long as 100?s.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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