Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation

Blasco AJ, Plaja L, Roso L, Faisal F (2001)
PHYSICAL REVIEW E 64(2).

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Abstract / Bemerkung
The dynamical response of a relativistic bunch of electrons injected in a planar magnetic undulator and interacting with a counterpropagating electromagnetic wave is studied. We demonstrate a resonance condition for which the free-electron-laser (FEL) dynamics is strongly influenced by the presence of the external field. It opens up the possibility of control of short wavelength FEL emission characteristics by changing the parameters of the microwave field without requiring change in the undulator's geometry or configuration. Numerical examples, assuming realistic parameter values analogous to those of the TTF-FEL, currently under development at DESY, are given for possible control of the amplitude or polarization of the emitted radiation.
Erscheinungsjahr
2001
Zeitschriftentitel
PHYSICAL REVIEW E
Band
64
Ausgabe
2
ISSN
1063-651X
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1616525

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Blasco AJ, Plaja L, Roso L, Faisal F. Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 2001;64(2).
Blasco, A. J., Plaja, L., Roso, L., & Faisal, F. (2001). Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 64(2)
Blasco, A. J., Plaja, L., Roso, L., and Faisal, F. (2001). Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 64.
Blasco, A.J., et al., 2001. Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E, 64(2).
A.J. Blasco, et al., “Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation”, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, vol. 64, 2001.
Blasco, A.J., Plaja, L., Roso, L., Faisal, F.: Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW E. 64, (2001).
Blasco, AJ, Plaja, L, Roso, L, and Faisal, Farhard. “Microwave-induced control of free-electron-laser radiation”. PHYSICAL REVIEW E 64.2 (2001).