Edmund Optics' introduces new mirrors for ultrafast laser beam steering applications

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Edmund Optics' new TECHSPEC Low GDD Ultrafast Mirrors are designed to have high reflectivity at a 45° angle of incidence for ultrafast laser beam steering applications. The low group delay dispersion (GDD), high-reflectivity coating, obtained through a precision ion beam sputtering (IBS) process reduces scatter and absorption better than traditional dielectric laser mirrors. TECHSPEC® Low GDD Ultrafast Mirrors feature near-zero GDD at their design wavelength range, minimizing dispersion of the reflected beam and making them ideal for the transport of femtosecond laser pulses.

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