Data from: Experimental demonstration of the mechanism of steady-state microbunching

Xiujie Deng, Alexander Chao, Jörg Feikes, Arne Hoehl, Wenhui Huang, Roman Klein, Arnold Kruschinski, Ji Li, Aleksandr Matveenko, Yuriy Petenev, Markus Ries, Chuanxiang Tang & Lixin Yan
A mechanism called steady-state microbunching (SSMB) has been proposed to generate high-repetition, high-power coherent radiation in an electron storage ring. Such a novel phton source will provide unprecedented opportunities for accelerator photon science and technological applications. In this paper, we report the first demonstration of the mechanism of SSMB. This demonstration represents a crucial step towards the implementation of an SSMB-based high-repetition, high-power photon source.
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