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Thorlabs\' UMC05-15FS and UMC10-15FS chirped mirrors feature >99.5% absolute reflectance over the 650 - 1050 nm wavelength range. The coating is engineered such that each reflection compensates for the dispersion introduced by 1.5 mm of fused silica over the entire range. The 10° AOI allows these mirrors to perform similarly ...
  • Wavelength Range: 650 - 1050 nm
  • Reflectivity: >99.5 %
  • GDD/pair: -54 fs^2
  • Angle Of Incidence: 10 - 10 Degrees
  • Substrate: Fused Silica
Data Sheet
The DCMP175 consists of a pair of rectangular optics with >99% average reflectance over the 700 - 1000 nm wavelength range. These mirrors are designed to integrate with multiphoton microscopy setups, which typically include long path lengths through highly dispersive glass. The 8° AOI allows these mirrors to perform similarly ...
  • Wavelength Range: 700 - 1000 nm
  • Reflectivity: >99 %
  • GDD/pair: -175 fs^2
  • Angle Of Incidence: 8 - 8 Degrees
  • Substrate: Fused Silica
Data Sheet
The \"DCM10\" is a broadband (500-850nm) dispersion compensating mirror pair designed for the compensation of the positive dispersion caused by fused silica like material. The wavelength range suits femtosecond applications using few-cycle pulses generated by hollow core fibers or filamentation. The unique pair design enables to ...
  • Wavelength Range: 500 - 850 nm
  • Reflectivity: 99.6 %
  • GDD/pair: 100 fs^2
  • Angle Of Incidence: 0 - 10 Degrees
  • Substrate: UV Grade Fused Silica
Data Sheet
The> \"DCM7\" is a ultra-broadband (600nm-1200nm) dispersion compensating mirror pair used for the compensation of positive dispersion affecting femtosecond laser pulses. The unique pair design enables to achieve a reflectivity greater than 99.9% over the whole supported spectral bandwidth next to a defined negative dispersion. These ...
  • Wavelength Range: 600 - 1200 nm
  • Reflectivity: 99.6 %
  • GDD/pair: 120 fs^2
  • Angle Of Incidence: 0 - 10 Degrees
  • Substrate: Fused Silica
Data Sheet

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Chirped dielectric laser mirrors offer a general solution for broadband feedback and dispersion control in femtosecond laser systems. Chirped mirrors were developed for mode-locked solid-state lasers, femtosecond parametric oscillators, chirped pulse amplification systems and pulse compressors for dispersive compensation and to get a broader reflection bandwidth. The principle of operation of these mirrors is that different wavelengths penetrate the layers of the mirror coating to various depths thus creating dispersion (delay) within the spectrum of wavelengths. A double chirped design has been also devised which turns on the coupling between counter propagating waves and removes Fresnel reflection with an application of anti-reflection film. Double-chirped mirror designs can also be utilized with semiconductor mirrors to generate much higher amount of dispersion.