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Subpicosecond streak camera measurements at LLNL: from IR to x-rays
Fourth-Generation X-Ray Sources and Ultrafast X-Ray Detectors
An ultra fast, sub-picosecond resolution streak camera has been recently developed at the LLNL. The camera is a versatile instrument with a wide operating wavelength range. The temporal resolution of up to 300 fs can be achieved, with routine operation at 500 fs. The streak camera has been operated in a wide wavelength range from IR to x-rays up to 2 keV. In this paper we briefly review the main design features that result in the unique properties of the streak camera and present its severaldoi:10.1117/12.509702 fatcat:nakygd5zajfj3it3zjqh5dq5hu