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, Yanli Bai, Jinghua Long, Jinghua Long, Jinyuan Liu, Jinyuan Liu, Houzhi Cai, Houzhi Cai, Lihong Niu, Lihong Niu, Dongfang Zhang, Dongfang Zhang, Xue Ma, Xue Ma, Dan Liu, Dan Liu, Qinlao Yang, Qinlao Yang, Hanben Niu, 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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