Low-GDD ultrafast mirrors feature IBS dispersion-compensating coating

Jan. 6, 2021
TECHSPEC high-performance low-GDD ultrafast mirrors offer group delay dispersion (GDD) of near zero at their design wavelength ranges.

TECHSPEC high-performance low-GDD ultrafast mirrors offer group delay dispersion (GDD) of near zero at their design wavelength ranges, which minimizes dispersion of the reflected beam. Featuring an ion beam-sputtered (IBS) dispersion-compensating coating, they are designed to have high reflectivity at a 45° angle of incidence, suited for ultrafast laser beam steering applications.

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