Abstract

We developed an ultrafast x-ray streak camera with time resolution better than 600 fs in multishot accumulation mode. We demonstrated that the shot-to-shot timing jitter of a streak camera can be significantly reduced by improving a fast-response deflection plates of the streak tube using a fast-risetime ramp pulse generated by a photoconductive switch. The resolution is further improved by restricting the transverse electron angular distribution.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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