Ultrafast Laser Mirrors are designed to maintain high laser induced damage thresholds and greater than 99% reflectivity for ultrashort laser pulses. These mirrors combat the effects of dispersive temporal broadening and compression by minimizing Group Delay Dispersion (GDD) and Group Velocity Dispersion (GVD) across the specified wavelength ranges. The minimization of GDD and GVD is achieved through careful selection of coating stacks that combine high reflectivity and low GDD simultaneously. Ultrafast Laser Mirrors are used in a variety of applications including materials processing, spectroscopy, and the biomedical industry. Edmund Optics offers a wide range of wavelength and angle of incidence options to suit your specific application.