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9 May 2012 Beam-driven linear and nonlinear THz source technology
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Advances in dielectric resonators and materials have arisen in the context of research into new particle acceleration techniques. In the wakefield accelerator, electromagnetic fields excited by an electron beam in a low loss dielectric structure are used to accelerate a second, trailing beam to high energy. Energy can be efficiently extracted from the beam in this manner and thus the accelerating structure can also be used as an RF source, with frequencies extending into the THz. New ferroelectrics are also finding significant uses in this technology; some of the applications discussed are nonlinear frequency multiplication and frequency agile (tunable) cavities.
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Paul Schoessow, Alexei Kanareykin, C. Jing, and Stanislav Baturin "Beam-driven linear and nonlinear THz source technology", Proc. SPIE 8363, Terahertz Physics, Devices, and Systems VI: Advanced Applications in Industry and Defense, 83630V (9 May 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.919498
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