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Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating The Measurement of Ultrashort Laser Pulses

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ISBN-10: 1402070667

ISBN-13: 9781402070662

Edition: 2000

Authors: Rick Trebino

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The Frequency-Resolved Optical-Gating (FROG) technique has revolutionized our ability to measure and understand ultrashort laser pulses. This book contains everything you need to know to measure even the shortest, weakest, or most complex ultrashort laser pulses. Whether you're an undergrad or an advanced researcher, you'll find easy-to-understand descriptions of all the key ideas behind all the FROG techniques, all the practical details of pulse measurement, and many new directions of research. This book is not like any other scientific book. It is a lively discussion of the basic concepts. It is an advanced treatment of research-level issues. It includes a CD containing several polished PowerPoint lectures (in English and French) suitable for a graduate course. The CD also contains both PC and MAC versions of the FROG code, ready to retrieve pulses in the lab or just to learn how FROG works. It also contains several additional chapters by the world's leading experts on ultrashort pulse measurement, including a detailed description of measurements of the shortest pulse ever created. The image on the front cover of the book is a FROG trace of one of the shortest events ever created, a 4.5-fs laser pulse, measured by Baltuska, et al; JQE, 459 (1999)
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Book details

List price: $219.99
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 8/31/2002
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 425
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.980

Authors and Contributors
Read Me! (Preface)
The Dilemma
Ultrashort Laser Pulses
Nonlinear Optics
The Autocorrelation, the Spectrum, and Phase Retrieval
FROG
FROG Beam Geometries
Geometrical Issues: Single-shot FROG
The FROG Algorithm
Noise: Its Effects and Suppression
Practical Issues, Marginals, Error Checks, and Error Correction
Improvisation in FROG
Very Simple FROG Apparatus: GRENOUILLE
Ultraviolet and High-Power Pulse Measurement
FROG in the Single-Cycle Regime
FROG Characterization of Complex Pulses
XFROG--Cross-correlation Frequency-resolved Optical Gating
Measuring Extremely Complex Pulses
Non-instantaneous Nonlinearities
Fiber-FROG
Blind FROG
Principal Component Generalized Projections FROG Algorithm
Measuring Ultraweak Pulses: TADPOLE
Measuring Ultrafast Polarization Dynamics: POLLIWOG
Multi-pulse Interferometric FROG
The Future of Pulse Measurement
Index