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Experimental demonstration of pulse shaping and shortening by spatial filtering of an induced-phase-modulated probe wave

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5 Author(s)
Dreischub, A. ; Dept. of Quantum Electron., Sofia Univ., Bulgaria ; Buchvarov, I. ; Eugenieva, E. ; Iliev, A.
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An asymmetrically induced phase modulation resulting in an intensity-dependent spatial beam deflection and a subsequent spatial filtering have been used for all-optical pulse shaping and shortening. A compression factor of eight and controllable symmetrical super-Gaussian pulses and pulse trains have been observed in a good agreement with previous analyses in a pump-probe beam configuration

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 3 )