Abstract

Cross-polarized wave generation is used to perform both pulse shortening and temporal cleaning of a high-energy ytterbium-doped fiber-based femtosecond laser system. This results in the generation of high temporal quality 37 µJ, 115 fs pulses.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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