Author: Zhao, J.
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MOP030 Study of Smith-Purcell Free Electron Laser Using Electron Bunch Produced By Micro-Pulse Electron Gun 93
  • J. Zhao, X.Y. Lu, W.W. Tan, D.Y. Yang, Y. Yang, Z.Q. Yang
    PKU, Beijing, People's Republic of China
  A Micro-Pulse electron Gun (MPG) with the frequency of 2856 MHz has been designed, constructed and tested. Some primary experimental studies have been carried out and electron beam with the average current of 6 mA has been detected which holds promise to use as an electron source of Smith-Purcell Free Electron Laser (SP-FEL) to produced Coherent Radiation. It is well known that Smith-Purcell radiation is one of the achievable ways to produce FEL. After many years study in theory and experiment, lots of new mechanisms and appearances have been discovered. Coherent Smith-Purcell Radiation was discovered in 1990s as well. Compared with incoherent Smith-Purcell Radiation, It can generate a more powerful and frequency locked coherent emission due to displaying all three of these enhancements, Ng (the number of grating periods), Ne (the number of electrons in the bunch), Nb (the number of electron bunch). Obviously, MPG is one of ideal electron sources of CSPR for that (1) S-band electron source can increase energy density at these frequencies, (2) picosecond or subpicosecond pulse can generate THz radiation, (3) low emittance makes the interactions between electron beam and granting more stable. All of the above will be displayed in the simulation of this article. The progress of the experiment with beam energy of 80 Kev, the average current of 6 mA is also introduced.  
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