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Experiments on Radiation by Fast Electron Beams

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3 Author(s)
Motz, H. ; Microwave Laboratory, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California ; Thon, W. ; Whitehurst, R.N.

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The results of some experiments on millimeter wave and light generation by means of an undulator are described. After a brief survey of the theoretical background the design of a magnet system is discussed. An experiment is described in which a 100‐Mev electron beam from the Stanford linear accelerator passed through the undulator. Light radiated by the beam was observed and the plane of polarization determined. A small linear accelerator with good bunching action was used for an experiment on millimeter wave generation. At a beam energy of 3 Mev, radiation in a wavelength band below 1.9 millimeters was observed. A peak power output of the order of one watt was obtained. Millimeter waves generated in the accelerator tube were also observed.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 7 )

Date of Publication:

Jul 1953

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