8 December 1986 A Picosecond Image Converter Tube For Frame And Streak Photography
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Abstract
An electrooptical time analyzer for frame and streak photography is designed for studying fast processes in a picosecond range. The device is controlled by linearly increasing voltages. It is possible to take three-frame sequences of pictures sized 6x6 mm. The new device allows the framing rate approx. 8 GHz with the frame duration of about 6 ps.
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G. G. Fel'dman, G. G. Fel'dman, G. I. Bryukhnevich, G. I. Bryukhnevich, V. M. Zhilkina, V. M. Zhilkina, T. A. Il'yna, T. A. Il'yna, I. M. Korzhenevich, I. M. Korzhenevich, V. B. Lebedev, V. B. Lebedev, V. P. Simonov, V. P. Simonov, V. N. Syrtsev, V. N. Syrtsev, } "A Picosecond Image Converter Tube For Frame And Streak Photography", Proc. SPIE 0693, High Speed Photography, Videography, and Photonics IV, (8 December 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.936734; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.936734
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