Low GDD Ultrafast Broadband Mirrors


Are these standard mirrors suitable for my Yb:KGW or Ti:Sapphire laser? Will these mirrors maintain temporal characteristics of laser beam? Will they handle high peak intensity?
Low GDD Ultrafast Mirrors are designed to handle high peak powers, provide reflectance greater than 99.8% and GDD is sligthly negative. All of this makes these mirrors ideal for femtosecond laser systems, like Ti:Sapphire, where pulse broadening is a concern.


Absolute reflectance Rs>99.8% and Rp>99.8%

Despite broadband design low GDD ulftrafast mirrors maintain high reflectivity greater than 99.8%.

Compensated for Group Delay Dispersion (GDD)

Coatings are designed in a away that GDD is slightly negative. This prevents from pulse broadening and helps to maintain high peak power.

Wide spectral bandwidth

Optoman designs mirrors to steer beams with over 99.6% reflection across the wide wavelength ranges, as for example 650 nm - 1200 nm.

Wide cone of AOI

Should you need mirrors operating at wide range of angles, Optoman is ready to design broadband mirror with a wide cone of AOI.

Custom design Custom
  • Mirrors with predefined negative or positive GDD.
  • Diameter from 5 mm up to 101.6 mm.
  • Spectral range from 200 nm up to 6000 nm.
  • Available in multiwavelength or broadband configuration.
  • Coatings on substrates with positive or negative curvature.

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