First operation of a 94 GHz, sheet beam, FEL amplifier

Show simple item record Zhang, Ze-Xiang Granatstein, V. Destler, William Levush, B. Antonsen, T. Rodgers, J. Cheng, S. 2009-05-15T19:08:57Z 2009-05-15T19:08:57Z 2002-10-14
dc.identifier.citation Z. X. Zhang, V. L. Granatstein, W. W. Destler, B. Levush, T. M. Antonsen, Jr., J. Rodgers, and S. Cheng, “First Operation of a 94 GHz, Sheet Beam, FEL Amplifier”, Nucl. Inst. Meth Res. A341, 76-79 (1994). en_US
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dc.description.abstract Millimeter wave (94 GHz) amplification has been observed in the sheet beam, planar wiggler, free electron laser. Using a 4 A sheet beam (20 mm × 1.0 mm) at an electron energy of 530 keV, injected wave power of 5 W was amplified to about 20 W at the end of the planar wiggler (56 periods with a periodicity of 9.6 mm). The peak wiggler magnetic field was 4.8 kG. The amplification was reproducible and had all the characteristics of a free electron laser interaction. Multi-megawatt cw FELs based on this design concept are judged to be achievable and would be relevant to controlled thermonuclear fusion research and development. en_US
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dc.publisher Elsevier en_US
dc.title First operation of a 94 GHz, sheet beam, FEL amplifier en_US
dc.type Abstract en_US

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