A nonlinear amplification scheme in erbium-doped fiber, followed by spectral broadening in normal-dispersion highly nonlinear fiber, provides the bandwidth for a 10-fs NIR pulse that is compressed in bulk fused silica. Residual third-order dispersion was compensated using a pair of chirped mirrors. Frequency-resolved optical gating (FROG) was used to measure the pulse duration.

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