Abstract

We report compression of low-power femtosecond pulses at 1.06μm in a dispersion-decreasing holey fiber. Near-adiabatic compression of 130fs pulses down to 60fs has been observed. Measured spectra and pulse shapes agree well with numerical simulations. Compression factors of ten are possible in optimized fibers.

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