Abstract

By exploiting optical parametric generation in periodically poled lithium niobate crystals driven by a cavity-dumped Yb:KYW mode-locked laser, we realized a two-color pump–probe system tunable in the near- and mid-IR with 1MHz repetition rate, 300fs temporal resolution, and sensitivity down to 105.

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