Abstract

By using two very different seed pulses we demonstrate that the spatiotemporal gain properties of a χ(2) optical parametric amplifier can be exploited as an efficient conical reshaping mechanism leading to the generation and amplification of a pulsed Bessel beam.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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