Theory and design of microwave photonic free-electron lasers

@inproceedings{Denis2012TheoryAD,
  title={Theory and design of microwave photonic free-electron lasers},
  author={T. Denis},
  year={2012}
}
Coherent electromagnetic waves are extensively used in various fields of research and many applications. Almost every part of the electromagnetic spectrum, ranging from radio waves to hard X-rays, has been put to work for the benefit of mankind. Therefore, it is not surprising that, despite a huge variety of existing sources of electromagnetic waves, there is a continuous demand for novel sources with improved properties tailored to particular needs. 

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