Schematic of an optical free-electron laser amplifier. ... The accelerator can produce a 50-ns wide pulse at a rate of 1 Hz. The requirements of the FEL experiments were a ... To realize the FEL requirements we added an electron- beam-lImiting collimator immediately after the electron beam Injector. ... The access ports were used for vacuum pumping and for insertion of line-of-sight targets (called pop-in probes) that enabled us to monitor the e-beam position and to plot betatron motion.
|Title||:||Free-electron lasers II|
|Author||:||Yves Petroff, Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers, European Physical Society, Association nationale de la recherche technique, European Federation for Applied Optics|
|Publisher||:||Society of Photo Optical - 1989|