Synthesis of a single cycle of light with compact erbium-doped fibre technology


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KRAUSS, Günther, Sebastian LOHSS, Tobias HANKE, Alexander SELL, Stefan EGGERT, Rupert HUBER, Alfred LEITENSTORFER, 2010. Synthesis of a single cycle of light with compact erbium-doped fibre technology. In: Nature Photonics. 4(1), pp. 33-36

@article{Krauss2010Synth-4793, title={Synthesis of a single cycle of light with compact erbium-doped fibre technology}, year={2010}, doi={10.1038/nphoton.2009.258}, number={1}, volume={4}, journal={Nature Photonics}, pages={33--36}, author={Krauss, Günther and Lohss, Sebastian and Hanke, Tobias and Sell, Alexander and Eggert, Stefan and Huber, Rupert and Leitenstorfer, Alfred} }

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