10 November 2004 An accumulative x-ray streak camera with 280-fs resolution
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We demonstrated a significant improvement in the resolution of the x-ray streak camera by reducing the electron beam size in the deflection plates. This was accomplished by adding a slit in front of the focusing lens and the deflection plates. The temporal resolution reached 280 fs when the slit width was 5 mm. The camera was operated in an accumulative mode and tested by using a 25 fs laser with 2 kHz repetition rate and 1-2% RMS pulse energy stability. We conclude that deflection aberrations, which limit the resolution of the camera, can be appreciably reduced by eliminating the wide-angle electrons.
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Mahendra Man Shakya, Mahendra Man Shakya, Zenghu Chang, Zenghu Chang, } "An accumulative x-ray streak camera with 280-fs resolution", Proc. SPIE 5534, Fourth Generation X-Ray Sources and Optics II, (10 November 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.560526; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.560526
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