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Laser Quantum has just launched an in-browser version of vChirp, an easy-to-use online software to emulate dispersion and pulse compression calculations for ultrafast experiment design. vChirp has been designed in cooperation with the Institute of Quantum Optics at Leibniz Universität, Hannover to simplify the calculation process for dispersion characteristics of a femtosecond laser pulse propagating through various media and elements, as well as providing information on obtaining a re-compressed pulse. The software can also be used to generate Gaussian spectra and to plot overall dispersion curves (sum) along with theoretically achievable pulse duration. The vChirp software can be used with various optical elements including glass wedges for dispersion fine tuning, compensating mirror pairs, grating compressors and template pulses (like Gaussian or rectangular). vChirp will allow you to tweak your ultrafast set-up accordingly for optimal pulse recompression.

You can try the online version of vChirpvChirp here, or learn more about the complete software version on the Laser Quantum vChirp desktop software desktop software page. The full software includes file input for loading user spectra, more optical elements and glass materials, SPIDER data and configuration saving.

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