On the decay time of luminescent screens of picosecond image tubes when measuring repeated signals in the accumulation mode
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When replacing the conventional “slow” luminescent screens (P20, P43) in picosecond image tubes by the “fast” ones (P46, P47), we found an increase in the decay time of “fast” cathodoluminophors (by a factor of 2–5) with increasing the number (from one to a hundred) of measured pulses. The consideration of the detected effect makes it possible to correct the problem statement in developing picosecond dissectors for recording repeated signals in the accumulation mode (e.g., synchrotron radiation).
Keywordspicosecond image tubes fast cathodoluminophors diagnostics of repeated signals (including those of synchrotron radiation) in the accumulation mode
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