1030nm Highly-Dispersive Broadband Ultrafast Mirrors
1030nm Highly-Dispersive Broadband Ultrafast Mirrors are used for pulse compression and dispersion compensation of near infrared (NIR) ultrafast pulses, such as from Yb:doped fiber lasers. These mirrors provide a minimum reflectance of 99.8% within their wavelength range and a typical reflectance of >99.9% at their design wavelength of 1030nm. Their multilayer chirped ultrafast coating is optimized to provide dispersive optical interference as well as a negative group delay dispersion (GDD) of -200fs2 across their broad wavelength range. 1030nm Highly-Dispersive Broadband Ultrafast Mirrors are designed to provide a high degree of control over beam stability, as well as control of third and higher-order dispersions. The 5° angle of incidence is ideal for maximizing the number of reflections between a pair of ultrafast mirrors in tight spaces, such as intra-cavity applications.