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Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

Chameleon-Peak-Power-White-Paper.pdf

negative chirp to the pulse before input to the optical
system [10]. This can have a pronounced effect on
image brightness whilst keeping the average laser
power constant as exemplified in Figure 4.
Practical implementation of GDD precompensation can
be done with chirped

Coherent Whitepaper - Astrella Tisch Sphere FINAL.pdf

Coherent Whitepaper - Astrella Tisch Sphere FINAL.pdf

…photodetector
array. The d-scan modules tailored for an HCF system comprises a chirped mirror compressor
including a pair of thin glass wedges on translation stages, providing both positive and negative
dispersion. After the pulses pass the compressor, a small portion undergoes…

COHR WP PropagationDispersionMeasurement of sub 10fsPulses 08 29 18.pdf

COHR WP PropagationDispersionMeasurement of sub 10fsPulses 08 29 18.pdf

…output is deliberately slightly negatively chirped
so that insertion of material like a thin pair of wedges results
in optimally compressed pulses.
Vitara UBB
FC Spider
o The Vitara output is
intentional slightly negatively
chirped and collimated
o All the…

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…PreComp Accessory Designed for special microscope setups with high dispersion, Chameleon PreComp features minimum transmission loss and adds negative dispersion from the max value down to zero. Chameleon Ultra Chameleon Ultra Automated, widely tunable Ti:Sapphire femtosecond laser for multiphoton…

WP ChameleonPeakPower Final.pdf

WP ChameleonPeakPower Final.pdf

negative chirp to the pulse before input to the optical
system [10]. This can have a pronounced effect on
image brightness whilst keeping the average laser
power constant as exemplified in Figure 4.
Practical implementation of GDD precompensation can
be done with chirped

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…Maximum
Negative Dispersion Capability
The shaded area represents the available dispersion range
Wavelength (nm)
Peak Power (kW)
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650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100
Wavelength (nm)
Negative Dispersion (fs²)…

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

…Maximum
Negative Dispersion Capability
The shaded area represents the available dispersion range
Wavelength (nm)
Peak Power (kW)
0
500
100
200
300
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650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100
Wavelength (nm)
Negative Dispersion (fs²)…

Chameleon Vision S whitepaper.pdf

Chameleon Vision S whitepaper.pdf

…to create a
negative GVD, to effectively cancel the positive GVD
from the other transmissive and reflective optics. By
moving the relative positions of the prisms, the laser's
on-board processor is able to precisely adjust the
amount of negative GVD as the laser's…

Chameleon-Vision-S-The-Next-Generation-of-One-Box-Ti-Sapphire-Lasers.pdf

Chameleon-Vision-S-The-Next-Generation-of-One-Box-Ti-Sapphire-Lasers.pdf

…to create a negative GVD, and will
effectively cancel the positive GVD from the other
transmissive and reflective optics. By moving the
relative positions of the prisms, the laser's on-board
processor is able to precisely adjust the amount of
negative GVD as the laser's…

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

…certain bandwidth and pulse
width produced by the laser, delivered
pulse width can be adjusted by introducing the appropriate level of chirp. In
some applications, those having a lot of
downstream optics, particularly transmissive components, such as acousto-optic
modulators…

UCLD Catalog.book

UCLD Catalog.book

…and typical operating conditions; Verdi/Vitesse
and Evolution presentation; laser basics; theory of operation, including the concept of Chirped Pulse Amplification; Review of optical beam paths; demonstration of alignment optimization; system optimization; software
control and…

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