SUBPICOSECOND PULSE SHAPING VIA SPECTRAL HOLE-BURNING

Schwoerer, H.; Erni, D.; Rebane, A.; Wild, U. P. (1994). SUBPICOSECOND PULSE SHAPING VIA SPECTRAL HOLE-BURNING. Optics Communications, 107, 123-128.
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Schwoerer, H.; Erni, D.; Rebane, A.; Wild, U. P.
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Opt. Commun.
Optics Communications
0030-4018
107
1994
123-128
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English, A new method of Fourier synthesis of arbitrary pulse amplitudes on ultrafast time scale is demonstrated. Spectral hole structures are burnt in the 150 cm-1 broad inhomogeneous absorption band of a standard hole burning material as holographic gratings. The desired pulse shapes are then produced via diffraction of spectrally very broad 200 fs pulses by these spectrally and spatially prepared samples. The shaping of both, periodic and predefined aperiodic fs pulse trains as well as single fs pulses with predefined time delay are demonstrated.
TIME-DOMAIN HOLOGRAPHY; OPTICAL-DATA STORAGE; PHOTON-ECHO; PHASE