Abstract

To our knowledge the concept of an angular conserved grating–pair dispersion compensation system is proposed for the first time, and furthermore a model of such a system is developed and applied to the study of two- and three-lens special cases. A set of easy-to-use dispersion compensation formulas based on geometric optics has been derived and confirmed by our experimental results. Tunability and a compensation ratio as high as 27,600 have been achieved with two- and three-lens systems, respectively.

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