Isochronous Beamlines for Free Electron Lasers
AbstractThe transport systems required to feed a beam of highly relativistic electrons into a free
electron laser have to satisfy very stringent requirements with respect to isochronicity
and achromaticity. In addition, the line has to be tunable to match different operating
modes of the free electron laser. Various beamlines emphasizing different aspects, such
as quality of isochronicity and achromaticity, simplicity of the design, and space
configurations are shown and compared. Solutions are presented having time resolution in
the range of 2 to less than 0.5 ps for 1% energy spread.
M. Berz, Nuclear Instruments and Methods A298 (1990) 106-112
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