AVET. Ti:Sapphire Femtosecond Terawatt Amplifier System
|Peak pulse power||>2 TW||>10 TW||>15 TW|
|Pulse energy||>100 mJ||>350 mJ||>550 mJ|
|Pulse duration (FWHM)*||<35 fs|
|Beam diameter (at 1/e^2)||30 mm||55 mm||70 mm|
|Wavelength (fixed)||800±15 nm|
|Repetition rate||10.0±0.5 Hz|
|Pulse energy stability (rms over 500 pulses)||<2.5%|
|ns pre-pulse contrast||>10^4:1|
|ps pre-pulse contrast||>10^3:1 @ 1 ps
>10^5:1 @ 5 ps
>10^5:1 @ 10-20 ps
>10^6:1 @ ASE (>20 ps)
|Output polarization||linear, horizontal, >100:1|
|Dimensions||3200x1200x220 mm||4000x1200x220 mm||4000x1200x220 mm|
|*- sech^2 fit, measured by the ASF-15 Avesta single-shot autocorrelator.|
Our company is proud to offer the AVET terawatt-level femtosecond laser system. The system comprises rugged Ti:S seed oscillator, pulse stretcher, CPA-based amplifier stages with Nd:YAG pump lasers, vacuum compressor chamber with turbomolecular and vaccum pumps outlets (for the 10-TW and the 15-TW systems), synchronization and control electronics with computer interface. All components are integrated onto a single optical table ensuring stable operation. The additional Pockels cell pulse slicer offers enhanced nanosecond contrast ratio. Moreover, the AVET system may be equipped with a SH and TH generation units. As we also produce full line of diagnostic equipment including SPIDER, cross-correlator, single-shot and real-time autocorrelators and spectrometers, they may be also added to the system for a single-source supply, being fully compatible and tuned for operation.
Applications of the system feature such fundamental areas as particle accelaration for general physics research and cancer treatment, research of relativistic conditions for fusion and plasma studies, generation of X-ray and attosecond pulses, seeding PW-class amplifier systems, as well as remote measurement of air pollution and lightning control via filament studies.
CEP: carrier envelope phase stabilization upon request;
VAC: vacuum chamber for the compressor of the AVET-10/AVET-15 systems upon request.
- Time-Resolved Ultrafast Studies
- Conversion of Laser Radiation
- Laser Systems Design, Integration and Amplification
- High-Energy Research
- Telecom and Semiconductor Studies
- Other Fundamental and Applied Research
Avesta is participating in Ultrafast Phenomena 2018 conference and tabletop exhibition in Hamburg, Germany (15-20 July). We would be glad to discuss any of the ongoing and future projects with the ultrafast community at our tabletop. Hope to see you soon!
Avesta’s facilities will be closed for the New Year break from 30 Dec 2017 till 08 Jan 2018. We will resume all operations on 09 Jan 2018. However, we hope to provide periodic e-mail correspondence during the holidays. We wish you a fruitful and prosperous Year 2018!