Broadly tunable ultrafast pump-probe system operating at multi-kHz repetition rate

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Journal of Optics ; 20 (2018), 1. - 014005. - ISSN 2040-8978. - eISSN 2040-8986
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Femtosecond systems based on ytterbium as active medium are ideal for driving ultrafast optical parametric amplifiers in a broad frequency range. The excellent stability of the source and the repetition rate tunable to up to hundreds of kHz allow for the implementation of an advanced two-color pump probe setup with the capability to achieve excellent signal-to-noise performances with sub-10 fs temporal resolution.
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ISO 690GRUPP, Alexander, Arne BUDWEG, Marco P. FISCHER, Jonas ALLERBECK, Giancarlo SOAVI, Alfred LEITENSTORFER, Daniele BRIDA, 2018. Broadly tunable ultrafast pump-probe system operating at multi-kHz repetition rate. In: Journal of Optics. 20(1), 014005. ISSN 2040-8978. eISSN 2040-8986. Available under: doi: 10.1088/2040-8986/aa9b07
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  volume={20},
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  journal={Journal of Optics},
  author={Grupp, Alexander and Budweg, Arne and Fischer, Marco P. and Allerbeck, Jonas and Soavi, Giancarlo and Leitenstorfer, Alfred and Brida, Daniele},
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