The production of high spectral brilliance radiation from electron beam sources depends critically on the electron beam qualities. One must obtain very high electron beam brightness, implying simultaneous high peak current and low emittance. These attributes are enabled through the use of very high field acceleration in a radio-frequency (rf) photoinjector source. Despite the high fields currently utilized, there is a limit on the achievable peak current in high brightness operation, in the range of tens of Ampere. This limitation can be overcome by the use of a hybrid standing wave/traveling wave structure; the standing wave portion provides acceleration at a high field from the photocathode, while the traveling wave part yields strong velocity bunching. This approach is explored here in a C-band scenario, at field strengths (>100 MV/m) at the current state-of-the-art. It is found that one may arrive at an electron beam with many hundreds of Amperes with well-sub-micron normalized emittance. This extremely compact injector system also possesses attractive simplification of the rf distribution system by eliminating the need for an rf circulator. We explore the use of this device in a compact 400 MeV-class source, driving both inverse Compton scattering and free-electron laser radiation sources with unique, attractive properties.

High field hybrid photoinjector electron source for advanced light source applications / Faillace, L.; Agustsson, R.; Behtouei, M.; Bosco, F.; Bruhwiler, D.; Camacho, O.; Carillo, M.; Fukasawa, A.; Gadjev, I.; Giribono, A.; Giuliano, L.; Kutsaev, S.; Majernik, N.; Migliorati, M.; Mostacci, A.; Murokh, A.; Palumbo, L.; Spataro, B.; Tantawi, S.; Vaccarezza, C.; Williams, O.; Rosenzweig, J. B.. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW. ACCELERATORS AND BEAMS. - ISSN 2469-9888. - 25:6(2022). [10.1103/PhysRevAccelBeams.25.063401]

High field hybrid photoinjector electron source for advanced light source applications

Faillace L.;Behtouei M.;Bosco F.;Carillo M.;Giribono A.;Giuliano L.;Migliorati M.;Mostacci A.;Palumbo L.;Spataro B.;Rosenzweig J. B.
2022

Abstract

The production of high spectral brilliance radiation from electron beam sources depends critically on the electron beam qualities. One must obtain very high electron beam brightness, implying simultaneous high peak current and low emittance. These attributes are enabled through the use of very high field acceleration in a radio-frequency (rf) photoinjector source. Despite the high fields currently utilized, there is a limit on the achievable peak current in high brightness operation, in the range of tens of Ampere. This limitation can be overcome by the use of a hybrid standing wave/traveling wave structure; the standing wave portion provides acceleration at a high field from the photocathode, while the traveling wave part yields strong velocity bunching. This approach is explored here in a C-band scenario, at field strengths (>100 MV/m) at the current state-of-the-art. It is found that one may arrive at an electron beam with many hundreds of Amperes with well-sub-micron normalized emittance. This extremely compact injector system also possesses attractive simplification of the rf distribution system by eliminating the need for an rf circulator. We explore the use of this device in a compact 400 MeV-class source, driving both inverse Compton scattering and free-electron laser radiation sources with unique, attractive properties.
photoinjector, FEL, Compton scattering,
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High field hybrid photoinjector electron source for advanced light source applications / Faillace, L.; Agustsson, R.; Behtouei, M.; Bosco, F.; Bruhwiler, D.; Camacho, O.; Carillo, M.; Fukasawa, A.; Gadjev, I.; Giribono, A.; Giuliano, L.; Kutsaev, S.; Majernik, N.; Migliorati, M.; Mostacci, A.; Murokh, A.; Palumbo, L.; Spataro, B.; Tantawi, S.; Vaccarezza, C.; Williams, O.; Rosenzweig, J. B.. - In: PHYSICAL REVIEW. ACCELERATORS AND BEAMS. - ISSN 2469-9888. - 25:6(2022). [10.1103/PhysRevAccelBeams.25.063401]
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