Abstract

We report on the full amplitude and phase characterization of high-intensity few-cycle laser pulses generated in a single-stage hollow core fiber system with subsequent compression by ultrabroadband chirped mirrors. We use a spatially-encoded arrangement (SEA) spectral phase interferometry for direct electric field reconstruction (SPIDER) with spectral filters for ancilla generation to characterize the sub-4fs pulses with spatial resolution.

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