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Where to Buy Frequency-resolved Optical Gating Devices

Frequency-resolved optical gating is a technique for the complete characterization of ultrashort pulses, i.e. for measuring not only pulse parameters such as the pulse energy or pulse duration, but also the full time-dependent electric field or (equivalently) the optical spectrum including the frequency-dependent spectral phase.

More general products: pulse duration measurement devices, pulse characterization instruments

Related products: autocorrelators

Related product category: detectors and measurements

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APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
www.ape-berlin.de

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frequency-resolved optical gating devices

Second Harmonic Generation FROG is the most popular spectrometer-less Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating method. Most of the pulseCheck autocorrelators by APE optionally integrate FROG and give access to complete pulse characterization. The addition of a special nonlinear crystal module and dedicated software opens the door to complete spectral and temporal pulse characterization. The FROG Option enables the pulseCheck to measure the spectral and temporal bandwidth and phase with just a few adjustments to the autocorrelator.

The FROG Option consists of FROG crystal(s), a plane FROG mirror and FROG measurement and retrieval software.

Femto Easy

Batiment Gienah, Cite de la Photonique
11 avenue de Canteranne
33600 Pessac
France
www.femtoeasy.eu
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frequency-resolved optical gating devices

Femto Easy offers two types of FROG devices for ultrashort pulse characterization:

  • The Fast FROG is a single-shot FROG, requiring only a single pulse to measure the profile. It is easy to fully characterize pulses with durations from <5 fs to 10 ps and in a wide spectral range.
  • The MS-FROG is a multi-shot FROG based on a scanned optical delay line. It can measure pulses with energies as low as 50 pJ. The same device can measure very short pulses and long pulses, from 5 fs to 80 ps.

These devices are very easy to install and use. They are also quite versatile as the built-in spectrometer can easily be changed for addressing different wavelength ranges, thanks to its plug & play design.

Laser Peak

Arnethgasse 80
1160 Wien
Austria
www.laserpeak.com
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frequency-resolved optical gating devices

The FROGscan is an instrument for the full characterization of ultrafast laser pulses. A single device can use a variety of spectrometers that can provide wide wavelength range, high spectral resolution and over 75 dB of dynamic range. Wavelengths from 450 nm to >4000 nm and pulse durations from 12 fs to 10's of picoseconds are within the reach of a single system. A zero-dispersion design allows pulses <5 fs to be measured. The FROGscan is the instrument that can measure the most complex pulses.

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Mesa Photonics

1550 Pacheco St
Santa Fe, NM 87505
United States
www.mesaphotonics.com
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Swamp Optics, LLC

6300 Powers Ferry Road
Suite 600–345
Atlanta, GA 30339–2919
United States
www.swampoptics.com
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APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

Plauener Straße 163–165 / Haus N
13053 Berlin
Germany
www.ape-berlin.de

E-mail:
frequency-resolved optical gating devices

Second Harmonic Generation FROG is the most popular spectrometer-less Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating method. Most of the pulseCheck autocorrelators by APE optionally integrate FROG and give access to complete pulse characterization. The addition of a special nonlinear crystal module and dedicated software opens the door to complete spectral and temporal pulse characterization. The FROG Option enables the pulseCheck to measure the spectral and temporal bandwidth and phase with just a few adjustments to the autocorrelator.

The FROG Option consists of FROG crystal(s), a plane FROG mirror and FROG measurement and retrieval software.

Coherent Solutions Ltd

Unit A, 28 Canaveral Drive
Rosedale, Auckland 0632
New Zealand
www.coherent-solutions.com
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Dyneos AG

Vogelsangstr. 15
8307 Effretikon
Switzerland

Femto Easy

Batiment Gienah, Cite de la Photonique
11 avenue de Canteranne
33600 Pessac
France
www.femtoeasy.eu
E-mail:
frequency-resolved optical gating devices

Femto Easy offers two types of FROG devices for ultrashort pulse characterization:

  • The Fast FROG is a single-shot FROG, requiring only a single pulse to measure the profile. It is easy to fully characterize pulses with durations from <5 fs to 10 ps and in a wide spectral range.
  • The MS-FROG is a multi-shot FROG based on a scanned optical delay line. It can measure pulses with energies as low as 50 pJ. The same device can measure very short pulses and long pulses, from 5 fs to 80 ps.

These devices are very easy to install and use. They are also quite versatile as the built-in spectrometer can easily be changed for addressing different wavelength ranges, thanks to its plug & play design.

Laser Peak

Arnethgasse 80
1160 Wien
Austria
www.laserpeak.com
E-mail:
frequency-resolved optical gating devices

The FROGscan is an instrument for the full characterization of ultrafast laser pulses. A single device can use a variety of spectrometers that can provide wide wavelength range, high spectral resolution and over 75 dB of dynamic range. Wavelengths from 450 nm to >4000 nm and pulse durations from 12 fs to 10's of picoseconds are within the reach of a single system. A zero-dispersion design allows pulses <5 fs to be measured. The FROGscan is the instrument that can measure the most complex pulses.

Mountain Photonics GmbH

Albert-Einstein-Str. 18
86899 Landsberg am Lech
Germany

Photon Lines Ltd.

Magenta, 2 Brookhill Way,
Banbury OX16 3ED
United Kingdom

Polytec GmbH

Polytec-Platz 1–7
76337 Waldbronn
Germany

Southern Photonics Ltd

Level 6, Symonds Centre
49 Symonds Street
Auckland 1010
New Zealand

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