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Where to Buy Pulse Compressors

Linear (dispersive) pulse compressors can be used to compress pulses which are already broadband. There are also devices which include a nonlinear element for spectral broadening.

ESee also our encyclopedia article on pulse compression!
Related articles: ultrashort pulses, spectral phase, pulse propagation modeling, pulse duration, dispersion compensation, self-phase modulation, adiabatic soliton compression, dispersive mirrors

Related product category: various devices

23 suppliers for pulse compressors are listed in the RP Photonics Buyer's Guide. Both manufacturers and distributors can be registered.

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UltraFast Innovations GmbH

Dieselstr. 5
85748 Garching
Germany
www.ultrafast-innovations.com

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pulse compressors

The Savanna-HP pulse compressor is based on a stretched flexible hollow-core fiber (SF-HCF). It has been developed in a collaboration with the Institute for Nanophotonics in Göttingen. It spectrally broadens high-energy femtosecond input pulses by nonlinear interaction with a noble gas of adjustable gas pressure inside a hollow fiber and subsequently compresses the pulse using chirped mirror technology from UltraFast Innovations (UFI).

The state of the art SF-HCF technique allows nearly ideal waveguiding, reducing the losses to a minimum and allowing the application of self-phase modulation over an interaction length of up to 8 m. It can handle extremely intense input pulses with a few tens of mJ pulses and an average power of up to 20 W – with active cooling, even up to several hundred watts. With this, we provide an unmatched compression unit for today's state of the art lasers.

The ultimate ultrafast pulse characterization

Sphere Ultrafast Photonics, SL

Calle Raimundo Garcia Dominguez, 2
15930 Boiro (A Coruña)
Spain
www.sphere-photonics.com

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pulse compressors

d-scan is an inline, compact and high-performance device for the simultaneous measurement and compression of even the most demanding ultrafast pulses. d-scan can be used either as a standalone system or integrated with existing optical pulse compressors. It handles broadband oscillators, amplifiers, OPAs and hollow-fiber compressors.

Coupling your beam into the d-scan is easily achieved in less than one minute and a full measurement takes less than 10 seconds. The resulting d-scan traces are very intuitive and a proprietary algorithm provides fast and accurate retrieval of the full electric field of the pulses.

Leading in Ultrafast

Kapteyn-Murnane Laboratories Inc.

4775 Walnut St. #102
Boulder, CO 80301
United States
www.kmlabs.com

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pulse compressors

The KMLabs RAEA Ti:sapphire amplifier system consists of a mode-locked oscillator, stretcher module, amplifier module, and compressor module for providing mJ-class energies in a pulsewidth < 35 fs.

The Hollow-Core PCF and Photonic MicroCell Company

GLOphotonics SAS

123 avenue Albert Thomas
87060 Limoges
France
pulse compressors

The Fastlas allows for the compression of ultrashort laser pulses down to the few-cycle regime. It is based on our hollow core fiber technology. It works input pulses with durations from 30 fs to 1 ps, energies from nanojoules to millijoules, and in wide spectral regions from the UV to the IR. It can be used as a compact stand-alone table top solution or fully integrated into other devices.

More Power, Speed and Precision

TeraXion

2716 Einstein St.
Quebec, Quebec G1P 4S8
Canada

Quality: ISO 9001:2015
www.teraxion.com

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pulse compressors

Low dispersion management reflectors for passive mode-locking of ultrafast lasers.

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Advanced Thin Films

5733 Central Avenue
Boulder, CO 80301
United States
advancedthinfilms.com
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Biophotonics Solutions Inc. Laboratories

1401 East Lansing Drive, Suite 112
East Lansing, MI 48823
United States

Coherent Inc.

5100 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
United States

HORIBA Scientific

3880 Park Avenue
Edison NJ 08820–3097
United States

Leading in Ultrafast

Kapteyn-Murnane Laboratories Inc.

4775 Walnut St. #102
Boulder, CO 80301
United States
www.kmlabs.com

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pulse compressors

The KMLabs RAEA Ti:sapphire amplifier system consists of a mode-locked oscillator, stretcher module, amplifier module, and compressor module for providing mJ-class energies in a pulsewidth < 35 fs.

OptiGrate

562 S Econ Circle
Oviedo, FL 32765
United States
www.optigrate.com
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Pritel

513 Weston Ridge Dr., P. O. Box 4025
Naperville, IL 60567–4025
United States

Richardson Gratings

705 St. Paul Street
Rochester, New York 14605
United States
www.gratinglab.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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From America:

few-cycle Inc.

2890 Rue de Beaurivage
H1L 5W5 Montreal, Quebec
Canada
www.few-cycle.com
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O/E Land Inc.

7639 Cordner
Lasalle, Quebec H8N 2X2
Canada

More Power, Speed and Precision

TeraXion

2716 Einstein St.
Quebec, Quebec G1P 4S8
Canada

Quality: ISO 9001:2015
www.teraxion.com

E-mail:
pulse compressors

Low dispersion management reflectors for passive mode-locking of ultrafast lasers.

Outside America:

ALPHALAS GmbH

Bertha-von-Suttner-Str. 5
37085 Göttingen
Germany

APE Angewandte Physik und Elektronik GmbH

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

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Dyneos AG

Vogelsangstr. 15
8307 Effretikon
Switzerland

The Hollow-Core PCF and Photonic MicroCell Company

GLOphotonics SAS

123 avenue Albert Thomas
87060 Limoges
France
pulse compressors

The Fastlas allows for the compression of ultrashort laser pulses down to the few-cycle regime. It is based on our hollow core fiber technology. It works input pulses with durations from 30 fs to 1 ps, energies from nanojoules to millijoules, and in wide spectral regions from the UV to the IR. It can be used as a compact stand-alone table top solution or fully integrated into other devices.

Ibsen Photonics A/S

Ryttermarken 15–21
3520 Farum
Denmark

Mountain Photonics GmbH

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

nortus Optronic GmbH

In den Niederwiesen 4a
76744 Wörth am Rhein
Germany
www.nortus-optronic.com
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Optoprim Germany GmbH

Max-Planck-Straße 3
85716 Unterschleißheim
Germany
www.optoprim.de
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Proximion AB

Skalholtsgatan 10
16440 Kista
Sweden
www.proximion.com
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The ultimate ultrafast pulse characterization

Sphere Ultrafast Photonics, SL

Calle Raimundo Garcia Dominguez, 2
15930 Boiro (A Coruña)
Spain
www.sphere-photonics.com

E-mail:
pulse compressors

d-scan is an inline, compact and high-performance device for the simultaneous measurement and compression of even the most demanding ultrafast pulses. d-scan can be used either as a standalone system or integrated with existing optical pulse compressors. It handles broadband oscillators, amplifiers, OPAs and hollow-fiber compressors.

Coupling your beam into the d-scan is easily achieved in less than one minute and a full measurement takes less than 10 seconds. The resulting d-scan traces are very intuitive and a proprietary algorithm provides fast and accurate retrieval of the full electric field of the pulses.

YOUR KEY to innovation and success

UltraFast Innovations GmbH

Dieselstr. 5
85748 Garching
Germany
www.ultrafast-innovations.com

E-mail:
pulse compressors

The Savanna-HP pulse compressor is based on a stretched flexible hollow-core fiber (SF-HCF). It has been developed in a collaboration with the Institute for Nanophotonics in Göttingen. It spectrally broadens high-energy femtosecond input pulses by nonlinear interaction with a noble gas of adjustable gas pressure inside a hollow fiber and subsequently compresses the pulse using chirped mirror technology from UltraFast Innovations (UFI).

The state of the art SF-HCF technique allows nearly ideal waveguiding, reducing the losses to a minimum and allowing the application of self-phase modulation over an interaction length of up to 8 m. It can handle extremely intense input pulses with a few tens of mJ pulses and an average power of up to 20 W – with active cooling, even up to several hundred watts. With this, we provide an unmatched compression unit for today's state of the art lasers.

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