FIGURE 5 The average power as a function of wavelength is shown for the following existing and proposed infrared radiation sources. Appendix B provides further details on each facility. SOURCE: Courtesy of Erik Johnson, Brookhaven National Laboratory.

EXISTING FEL FACILITIES

 

WAVELENGTH RANGE

A

University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB)

2.5 mm - 60 µm

B

Mark III FEL at Duke University (Mark III)

9.5 - 1.5 µm

C

Stanford Picosecond FEL Center (SPFELC)

7 - 2 µm

D

Vanderbilt University FEL Center (Vanderbilt)

10 - 2 µm

E

Advanced FEL at Los Alamos National Laboratory (AFEL)

8 - 5 µm

FEL FACILITIES UNDER CONSTRUCTION

F

Stanford University FEL

300 - 100 µm

G

University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB)

60 - 30 µm

H

Stanford Picosecond FEL Center (SPFELC)

100 - 20 µm

I

Compact Infrared FEL Project (CIRFEL)

20 - 7 µm

J

Stanford Picosecond FEL Center (SPFELC)

15 - 3 µm

PROPOSED FEL FACILITIES

K

Chemical Dynamics Research Laboratory FEL at LBL (CDRL)

50 - 3 µm

L

Mark III FEL at Duke University (Mark III)

15 - 1.5 µm

M

Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF)

20 - 3 µm



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