Diffractive grating structure for coherent light source production

Lee, S. Y.; Jing, Y. C.; Luo, T.; Pang, X.; Wang, X.; Ng, K. Y.
June 2009
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun2009, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p066102
Academic Journal
A diffractive structure of cavities is designed to produce resonances at very high frequencies. This type of cavity structure may be useful for producing controllable coherent synchrotron radiation by microbunching the particle beam.


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