A specific scheme is used for fiber delivery of ultrashort pulses using conventional elements. Starting from a standard femtosecond oscillator ( @ ), perfectly compressed ultrashort pulses with a duration of are produced at the output of a standard two meter long single-mode fiber. The setup allows compensating independently and simultaneously second and third orders of chromatic dispersion as well as management of self-phase modulation in the fiber. It includes an optimized dispersion compensation line made of the assembly of diffraction gratings and prisms. The unsurpassed performances of the device are experimentally and numerically highlighted. Fiber delivery of sub-30 fs multinanojoule pulses is discussed.
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