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Electron bunch length monitors using spatially encoded electro-optical technique in an orthogonal configuration
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A single-shot, nondestructive, electro-optical, electron bunch length monitor is experimentally verified by encoding the Coulomb field of the bunch profile on the spatial intensity distribution of an unchirped femtosecond laser pulse in an orthogonal geometry, hence a temporal-to-spatial transformation. This electron bunch measurement scheme can simultaneously measure large timing jitter (approximately in picoseconds) with a wide measurement time span covering picosecond to subpicosecond ranges.
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