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Pulse‐width dependence on intracavity bandwidth in synchronously mode‐locked cw dye lasers
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8.Since the spectral content of the dye pulse is confined near the transmission peak of the filter, the effective bandwidth is determined by the curvature of the filter characteristic at that peak.
9.Uncertainty in autocorrelation width is due to its dependence on pulse energy and output coupling.
10.The “wedge” etalon is available from Spectra‐Physics.
11.The power reduction by a factor of 2.5 is low compared to the factor of 4 expected from the 16‐fold increase in cavity bandwidth. However, the theory does not account for changes in the pulse wings, and the power is more sensitive than pulse width to changes in the gain.
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