1 August 1998 PV-400 picosecond streaktube with large format photocathode
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A new streak tube with the photocathode of 4x40 mm size is designed for the detection of dynamic spectra with a time resolution down to 2 ps and spatial resolution up to 35 lp/mm. The four-electrode design is adopted for a tube electron-optical system. A fine mesh accelerating electrode is placed at a distance of ~1 mm from the photocathode. A pair of deflecting electrodes are equipped with an electron trap, providing beam blanking.
Gregory G. Feldman, Vera M. Jilkina, Gennadij T. Razdobarin, "PV-400 picosecond streaktube with large format photocathode," Optical Engineering 37(8), (1 August 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.601742
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