Ultimate limitations to the pulse duration in KLM eolid-state lasers

@article{Herrmann1997UltimateLT,
  title={Ultimate limitations to the pulse duration in KLM eolid-state lasers},
  author={Joachim Herrmann and Vladimir Kalosha and Martin Miiller},
  journal={CLEO '97., Summaries of Papers Presented at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics},
  year={1997},
  volume={11},
  pages={409-410}
}
Here cp is the azimuthal angle. The others ace components exist but are of order & smaller while Ex(r, t) is strictly zero. The real and imaginary parts are linearly independent solutions that we call the long (1 % cycle) and short (one cycle) focused pancake solutions. Figure 1 shows the temporal variation of the long and short electric fields at the pulse center at the initial time, i.e., z = ct = 0. Figure 2 shows a surface plot of the energy density distribution of the one-cycle pulse in… CONTINUE READING

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