Amplification of Ultrashort Titan-sapphire Laser Pulses Using Chirped-pulse Amplification Technique
Keywords:Ti, Sapphire laser, chirped pulse amplification, femtosecond pulse, ultrashort laser, stretcher and compressor pulse
AbstractWe report on a Chirped Pulse Amplification (CPA)-based Titanium:Sapphire (Ti:Al2O3 or Ti:Sapphire) amplifier that uses a single grating stretcher and compressor configuration. The 8-pass amplifier configuration is able to yield 70 μJ pulse energy at 10 Hz repetition rate, which corresponds to a gain of 7000 times. The amplified pulses are expected to be transform-limited with pulse duration of 85 fs. This amplifier will expand the application of our Ti:Sapphire laser at the Vietnam Academy of Sciences (VAST).
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Thong, P. H., Tu, N. X., Diep, N. V., Duong, P. V., Minh, P. H., Bich, V. T., Buganov, O. A., Tikhomirov, S. A., & Cadatal-Raduban, M. (2019). Amplification of Ultrashort Titan-sapphire Laser Pulses Using Chirped-pulse Amplification Technique. Communications in Physics, 29(3SI), 331. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/29/3SI/14334
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