Abstract

The relative carrier-envelop phase (CEP) of pulses are measured at different repetition rates, gain, and saturation levels of a three-pass amplifier, resulting in an increase of <100mrad CEP noise depending on the amplification conditions.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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