Spectrally resolved maker fringes in high-order harmonic generation.

@article{Heyl2011SpectrallyRM,
  title={Spectrally resolved maker fringes in high-order harmonic generation.},
  author={Christoph M. Heyl and Jens G{\"u}dde and Ulrich H{\"o}fer and Anne L'Huillier},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={
          033903
        }
}
We investigate macroscopic interference effects in high-order harmonic generation using a Ti:sapphire laser operating at a 100 kHz repetition rate. The structure and behavior of spectral and spatial interference fringes are explained and analytically described by transient phase matching of the long electron trajectory contribution. Time-frequency mapping due to the temporal chirp of the harmonic emission allows us to observe Maker fringes directly in the spectral domain. 

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