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Differences between intra- and extra-cavity pulse time structure in a hole-coupled free-electron laser

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5 Author(s)
H. H. Weits ; FOM Inst. for Plasma Phys., Nieuwegein, Netherlands ; G. M. H. Knippels ; G. H. C. van Werkhoven ; D. Oepts
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In the strong-slippage regime of a free-electron laser, the optical pulse inside the resonator is composed of a series of subsequently growing and decaying subpulses due to a limit-cycle oscillation. The picosecond time structure of the outcoupled pulses can be quite different from that of the intracavity pulse, in case of outcoupling through a hole and for specific resonator parameters. This is demonstrated by autocorrelation measurements and corroborated by simulations

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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 3 )