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Carrier-envelope phase drift measurement of picosecond pulses by an all-linear-optical means

Abstract : Carrier-envelope phase (CEP) drift of a pulse train of 2 ps pulses has been measured by a multiple beam interferometer. The round trip time of the interferometer is slightly mistuned from the pulse sequence, leading to spectral interference fringes. We extract the pulse-to-pulse CEP drift from the position of the spectral interference pattern. The length of the interferometer has been actively stabilized to +/- 10 nm, which sets the ultimate limit on the accuracy of the measurement to 78 mrad, while the CEP-drift (rms) noise of the measurement was 127 mrad (at 800 nm).
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P. Jójárt, Á Börzsönyi, V. Soskov, F. Zomer, R. Chiche, et al.. Carrier-envelope phase drift measurement of picosecond pulses by an all-linear-optical means. Optics Letters, Optical Society of America, 2014, 39 (20), pp.5913-5916. ⟨10.1364/OL.39.005913⟩. ⟨in2p3-01095473⟩

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