Abstract

We report on the shortest pulses to date from a mid-IR optical parametric chirped pulse amplification: 67fs duration with 3.8μJ energy operating at 3.2μm. The system is all solid state and diode pumped and operates at 100kHz with unprecedented power stability of 0.75%rms over 30min.

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