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Relative bunch length monitor for the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) using coherent edge radiation
By: Loos, H.; Wu, J.; Frisch, J.; Emma, P.; Borden, T.;
2007 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-0916-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Relative bunch length monitor for the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) using coherent edge radiation ' The ultra-short bunches of the electron beam for LCLS are generated in two 4-dipole bunch compressors located at energies of 250 MeV and 4.3 GeV. Although an absolute measurement of the bunch length can be done by using a transverse deflecting cavity in an interceptive mode, a non-interceptive single shot method is needed as a relative measurement of the bunch length used in the continuous feedback for beam energy and peak current. We report on the design and implementation of two monitors measuring the integrated power of coherent edge radiation from the last dipole in each chicane.
Particle Beam Bunching
Electron Volt Energy 4.3 Gev
Relative Bunch Length Monitor
Linac Coherent Light Source
Dipole Bunch Compressors
Transverse Deflecting Cavity
Noninterceptive Single Shot Method
Electron Volt Energy 250 Mev
Linear Particle Accelerator
Beam Handling Techniques
Particle Beam Diagnostics
Coherent Edge Radiation