29 December 2015 Demonstration of 11-ps exposure time of a framing camera using pulse-dilation technology and a magnetic lens
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A framing camera with high temporal and spatial resolution is demonstrated using pulse-dilation technology and a magnetic lens. The magnetic field of the magnetic lens is simulated using LORENTZ-3EM software, and the magnetic field distribution on-axis is similar to a Gaussian function. The temporal and spatial resolutions of the instrument are measured using light at the wavelength of 266 nm from a frequency tripled femtosecond laser. The measured exposure time of this camera is ∼11  ps, and the spatial resolution is better than 100  μm.
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Yanli Bai, Jinghua Long, Jinyuan Liu, Houzhi Cai, Lihong Niu, Dongfang Zhang, Xue Ma, Dan Liu, Qinlao Yang, Hanben Niu, "Demonstration of 11-ps exposure time of a framing camera using pulse-dilation technology and a magnetic lens," Optical Engineering 54(12), 124103 (29 December 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.54.12.124103 . Submission:
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