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Ultrabroad-band Spatial Light phase Modulator

The product that was developed in Kyoto Photonics Society is the only one which is used for phase control of optical pulses with an ultrabroad-band from UV (300nm) to NIR (1100nm)

Ultrabroad-band Spatial Light phase Modulator
Specification
Pixel number 640pix
Resolution 256(8bit)
Operating wavelength 300~1100nm
Optical transparency 300nm more than 50%
350nm 70%
400nm 80%
800nm 80%
1100nm 80%
Application Examples
  • Femtosecond laser application
  • Bio-molecular control
  • Pulse shaping
  • Phase control
  • Chirp compensation
  • Precision processing
  • Quantum control
  • Photochemical reaction
  • Ultrashort optical pulse generation
  • Optical comb
  • Ultrabroad band (UV to NIR)
  • Ultraviolet application
  • Nonlinear optical microscopy
Example

Feedback chirp compensation system for generation of mono-cycle optical pulses using a 4-f configuration with SLM ¹⁾

Ultrabroad-band Spatial Light phase Modulator
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  1. Measured spectral phase before chirp compensation and intensity spectrum.
  2. Adjustment of spectral phase load per pixel for optimum compensation -minimization of phase load-.
  3. Spectral phase after compensation and optimized spectral phase load.
  4. Optical pulse profiles after and before chirp compensation and its TL pulse.
  5. Pixel-number dependence of applied gray scale (effective voltage) corresponding to spectral phase after chirp compensation.
 
1)Opt.Lett.28(2003)2258, IEEE J.Sel.Top.Quntum.Electron.12(2006)213, Opt.Soc.Am.B24(2007)985, which were published by Yamashita e al, Hokkaido U.

●This product was developed at Kyoto Photonics Society (President; Mikio Yamashita, Emeritus Prof., Hokkaido U. : Kyoto Pref. Tech. Center for SME), based on Hokkaido U. research seeds. Please contact us, currently being made to order.

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