The venteon dual laser system represents the ideal front-end for broadband few-cycle OPCPA applications. The spectral bandwidth of this laser allows for the generation of broadband sub-5.5 fs pulses as a signal for a NOPA stage and additionally provides sufficient pulse energy for seeding an Yb-based amplifier pump stage. The pulses are provided by two separate output ports and are intrinsically self-synchronized with ultra-low timing jitter.
|Average Power||~200 mW||Pulse Repetition Rate||80 MHz|
|Pulse Energy||>2.5 nJ||Pulse Duration||<5.5 fs (TL), <6 fs (measured)|
|Spectral Bandwidth||>300 nm (-10 dBc)||Power Stability||<1% RMS|
|DATASHEET - venteon dual, ultrashort pulse laser||1272KB|
|Software - vChirp GDD modeling software||14537KB|
|Software - vWaistwatcher||6406KB|
|Abstract - CEP stable few cycle for electron ion coincidence||267KB|
|Abstract - Temporal & spatial effects on pulse formation in parametric amplifier||206KB|
|Abstract - High Rep rate OPCPA system for high harmonic generation||272KB|
|Abstract - Spectra spanning over 1.5 octaves||205KB|
|Scientific paper - Multipass OPCPA system||1766KB|
The second output around 1030 nm delivers - without any additional broadening - more than 20 pJ in a spectral bandwidth of ~10 nm (FWHM) and is ideally suited as narrowband seed for pump amplifiers. Optionally this output can be ordered pre-amplified, delivering pulses with an energy >1 nJ.
Pump-amplifier seed output:
Pulse durations achieved with optional extra cavity compression