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Title: Amplitude and Phase Characterization PDF
Url: https://www.newport.com/f/frog-ultrashort-pulse-characterization
Publisher: Newport
Description: As a consequence of the time-bandwidth uncertainty principle, ultra short laser pulses carry significant bandwidth. If the spectral components that fall under the bandwidth of the laser pulse are time coincident, the pulse is said to be at its transform limit. A transform-limited pulse implies that the pulse duration is minimized. Material properties, such as dispersion, alter the (phase) relationship between the spectral components of light, effectively separating the blue and red components of the pulse in time." This report focuses on the use of frequency-resolved optical gating (FROG) to measure short pulse LASER Chirp.
LC Classification: Science -- Mathematics -- Geometry -- Elementary geometry -- Study and teaching. Research
Science -- Mathematics -- Instruments and machines -- Miscellaneous geometrical instruments
Science -- Physiology -- Phenomena of animal life (General) -- Influence of the environment (General). Animal ecophysiology. Physiological adaptation -- Special topics, A-Z -- Lasers
Technology -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering
GEM Subject: Science
Science -- Technology
Science -- Physics
Science -- Geology
Key Concept: Physics
Physics -- Lasers
Date Issued: 2007
Resource Type: Reading Materials
Science Materials
Format: pdf
Audience: College/University Instructors
General Public
Higher Education
Professional Formation
Technical School First Cycle
University First Cycle
University Postgrad
University Second Cycle
Language: English
Rights: Newport Corporation
Access Rights: Free access
Source Type: ATE Center
Source: NetWorks
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