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New Developments In Subpicosecond Optoelectronics
Author(s): A. Migus; A. Antonetti; R. Astier; J. P. Chambaret; J. Etchepare; G. Grillon; G. Hamoniaux; J. L. Martin
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Paper Abstract

Recent advances in the field of subpicosecond light pulse aeneration and amplification have opened the way to a variety of new optical devices and applications. A new type of Kerr shutter responding with a speed limited by our laser pulses (300 femtoseconds) and an opening dynamics of 104 has been developed. This new component is expected to lead to more accurate results for time resolved luminescence but also for medical spectrotomography. The technique of photoconductive switching to drive in the averaqing mode a streak camera with subpicosecond pulses has been tested. Our subpicosecond laser has also been used to trigger photoconductive switches driving a dipole antenna producing a burst of microwave of duration of 3 psec.

Paper Details

Date Published: 23 April 1982
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 0322, Picosecond Lasers and Applications, (23 April 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.933221
Show Author Affiliations
A. Migus, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
A. Antonetti, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
R. Astier, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
J. P. Chambaret, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
J. Etchepare, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
G. Grillon, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
G. Hamoniaux, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)
J. L. Martin, Ecole Polytechniqueâ€"ENSTA (France)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0322:
Picosecond Lasers and Applications
Lawrence S. Goldberg, Editor(s)

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