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Aberration-corrected time aperture of an electro-optic time lens

@inproceedings{Kapoor2022AberrationcorrectedTA,
  title={Aberration-corrected time aperture of an electro-optic time lens},
  author={Sanjay Kapoor and Filip So'snicki and Michal Karpi'nski},
  year={2022}
}
Recently, there has been renewed interest in electro-optic time lenses due to their favorable properties for quantum photonic applications. Here, we propose a new analytical approach to estimate the chirp rate of a time lens implemented using an electro-optic phase modulator driven with a single-tone radio frequency voltage. Our approach is based on a user-defined time aperture for the time lens. We observe that the temporal aberrations depend on the amplitude of the phase modulation and the e… 

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