Abstract

Dynamical optics can be used to alter the frequency spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. This can increase the intensity in a given narrow-frequency band. The method is useful when one deals with spectral purity λ/Δλ > 105. In addition, the method can also be used to shift the average frequency of electromagnetic radiation such as x rays.

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