RADIATION SPECTRUM STATISTICS IN A HIGH-GAIN FREE-ELECTRON LASER AT 266NM.

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High Gain Harmonic Generation FEL is in operations at the DUV-FEL facility (BNL). During HGHG FEL characterization we have measured a set of data demonstrating basic properties of the FEL radiation and compared them with analytic calculations [1]. This paper describes continuation of characterization of the HGHG FEL radiation output, based on the spectral measurements. We discuss analysis of an experiment at which the tunability concept of a seeded FEL with a fixed seed wavelength has been verified [2]. During the experiment we recorded about 200 radiation spectra corresponding to different energy chirps in the electron beam. We have analyzed ... continued below

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STAFTAN, T.; SHEEHY, B.; LOOS, H.; YU, L.H.; MURPHY, J.B.; KRINSKY, S. et al. August 21, 2005.

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High Gain Harmonic Generation FEL is in operations at the DUV-FEL facility (BNL). During HGHG FEL characterization we have measured a set of data demonstrating basic properties of the FEL radiation and compared them with analytic calculations [1]. This paper describes continuation of characterization of the HGHG FEL radiation output, based on the spectral measurements. We discuss analysis of an experiment at which the tunability concept of a seeded FEL with a fixed seed wavelength has been verified [2]. During the experiment we recorded about 200 radiation spectra corresponding to different energy chirps in the electron beam. We have analyzed this set of spectral data to obtain statistical properties of HGHG radiation. Correlations and trends in the radiation spectrum at 266 nm have been observed and studied.

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STAFTAN, T.; SHEEHY, B.; LOOS, H.; YU, L.H.; MURPHY, J.B.; KRINSKY, S. et al. RADIATION SPECTRUM STATISTICS IN A HIGH-GAIN FREE-ELECTRON LASER AT 266NM., article, August 21, 2005; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc780934/: accessed July 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.