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26 December 1989 FEL Project In Frascati INFN Laboratories With The Linear Superconducting Accelerator LISA
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Proceedings Volume 1133, Free Electron Lasers II; (1989)
Event: 1989 International Congress on Optical Science and Engineering, 1989, Paris, France
A program to construct a test superconducting electron linear accelerator (LISA) is in progress at Frascati INFN National Laboratories. The electron beam will be used to realize a FEL in the infrared region 11 - 18 μm in collaboration with a group of ENEA-CRE Frascati. The characteristics of the electron beam, the undulator and the expected performances of the FEL are described. Some future developments - energy doubling, energy recovery, third harmonic operation - are briefly presented. Such improvements aim to realize a high power, high efficiency FEL exploiting the features of a SC linac.
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M. Castellano, A. Ghigo, P. Patteri, F. Tazzioli, N. Cavallo, F. Cevenini, F. Ciocci, G. Dattoli, A. Dipace, G. P. Gallerano, A. Renieri, E. Sabia, and A. Torre "FEL Project In Frascati INFN Laboratories With The Linear Superconducting Accelerator LISA", Proc. SPIE 1133, Free Electron Lasers II, (26 December 1989);


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