Abstract

A multichannel IR spectrometer using a standard silicon CCD array is demonstrated. Sum frequency generation between an ultrafast optical pulse and a frequency-dispersed IR beam generates a spatially extended optical signal that is collected on a generic CCD video camera. This method provides an inexpensive and efficient alternative to conventional multichannel IR arrays.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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