Fundamentals of Accelerators for Single-Pass Free Electron Lasers
The characteristics of electron accelerators suitable for single pass free electron lasers are discussed. In particular, their beam qualities: energy, energy spread, current, emittance and bunch time structure are considered, in general and on a few examples. The matching of an electron beam to a tapered wiggler is finally dealt with in some detail.
KeywordsElectron Beam Energy Spread Free Electron Laser Electron Bunch Gain Function
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