Programmable ultrashort optical pulse delay using an acousto-optic deflector.

@article{Piyaket1995ProgrammableUO,
  title={Programmable ultrashort optical pulse delay using an acousto-optic deflector.},
  author={R Piyaket and S. R. Hunter and Joseph E. Ford and Sadik A Esener},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={1995},
  volume={34 8},
  pages={1445-53}
}
We present an optical pulse delay (OPD) for delaying ultrashort optical pulses that uses an acousto-optic deflector as an active component. The OPD is designed to correct for chromatic dispersion caused by the significant color spectrum of ultrashort pulses. It is intended to be used as one of the components in a three-dimensional memory system based on pulse-collision addressing in two-photon materials. Calculations show that the OPD should be able to provide 65 arbitrary delays with a random… CONTINUE READING

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