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Ultrafast Framing Imaging utilizing Multiple Optical-parametric-amplification with High Spatial Resolution and Imaging Rate

@article{Zeng2019UltrafastFI,
  title={Ultrafast Framing Imaging utilizing Multiple Optical-parametric-amplification with High Spatial Resolution and Imaging Rate},
  author={Xuanke Zeng and Shuiqin Zheng and Y. Cai and Qinggang Lin and Hongyu Wang and Xiaowei Lu and Jingzhen Li and Weixin Xie and Shixiang Xu},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2019}
}
The discovery and understanding of many ultrafast dynamical processes are often invaluable. This paper is the first report to apply optical parametric amplification to implement single-shot ultrafast imaging with high space and time resolutions. Our setup breaks the constraints usually occurring among the time resolution, frame number, frame interval and spatial resolution in existing single-shot femtosecond imagers, so its performance can be greatly improved by using laser pulses with higher… 

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