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Electro-optic sampling with picosecond resolution

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Abstract

The development of an electro-optic sampling system with resolution of better than 2 picoseconds and shot noise limited sensitivity of 11 μV/√Hz is reported. This system has been used to characterise GaAs photodiodes which have exhibited pulsewidths as short as 5.4 picoseconds (full-width-half-maximum).

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