Time-resolved optical gating based on dispersive propagation: a new method to characterize optical pulses

@article{Koumans2000TimeresolvedOG,
  title={Time-resolved optical gating based on dispersive propagation: a new method to characterize optical pulses},
  author={R. K. J. Koumans and Amnon Yariv},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={137-144}
}
We introduce the technique of time-resolved optical gating (TROG) based on dispersive propagation (DP), a new noninterferometric method for characterizing ultrashort optical pulses in amplitude and phase without the need for a short optical gating pulse. TROG is similar to frequency-resolved optical gating except that the role of time and frequency is interchanged. For the DP-TROG geometry, we show that measurements of the autocorrelation trace of the pulse after propagation through a medium… CONTINUE READING
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