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Single-shot Measurement of the Complete Temporal Intensity and Phase of Supercontinuum
When a narrowband laser pulse evolves into a broadband pulse, for example, via transmission through a photonic crystal fiber, the resulting continuum usually exhibits massive shot-to-shot pulse-shape fluctuations. The continuum's extreme complexity prevents its single-shot measurement, with the best estimates so far resulting from an average over many pulses. Here we solve this problem using cross-correlation frequency-resolved optical gating, achieving the necessary large spectral range usingdoi:10.1364/cleo_si.2014.sf1e.2 fatcat:s7by3tzapnganhloueiovbdxze