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Ultrashort-pulsed flying image (letter "E") composed of addressable needle beams (initial pulse duration 20 fs, minimum period: 324 μm). The authors report the generation of programmable two-dimensional arrangements of ultrashort-pulsed fringe-less Bessel-like beams of extended depth of focus without truncating apertures. [See - M. Bock, S. K. Das, and R. Grunwald> Fig. 2 for details.]
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