Broadband Dispersion-Free Optical Cavities Based on Zero Group Delay Dispersion Mirror Sets
Benedick, Andrew J.
Philips, David F.
Kärtner, Franz X.
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CitationChen, Li-Jin, Guoqing Chang, Chih-Hao Li, Andrew J. Benedick, David F. Philips, Ronald L. Walsworth, and Franz X. Kärtner. 2010. Broadband dispersion-free optical cavities based on zero group delay dispersion mirror sets. Optics Express 18(22): 23204-23211.
AbstractA broadband dispersion-free optical cavity using a zero group delay dispersion (zero-GDD) mirror set is demonstrated. In general zero-GDD mirror sets consist of two or more mirrors with opposite group delay dispersion (GDD), that when used together, form an optical cavity with vanishing dispersion over an enhanced bandwidth in comparison with traditional low GDD mirrors. More specifically, in this paper, we show a realization of such a two-mirror cavity, where the mirrors show opposite GDD and simultaneously a mirror reflectivity of 99.2% over 100 nm bandwidth (480 nm - 580 nm).
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