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Linear Accelerator Conference 1998

Name: Linear Accelerator Conference 1998

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Date: 1998-01-01

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3 papers from the conference:

title: Beam transport, acceleration and compression studies in the Fermilab high-brightness photoinjector
format: conference proceeding
conference: Linear Accelerator Conference 1998
year: 1998
20 authors: J.P. Carneiro | R. Carrigan | Champion, M. S. | A. Cianchi | E.R. Colby | P. L. Colestock | H. T. Edwards | Fuerst, J. D. | W. Hartung | Koepke, K. P. | Kuchnir, M. | Spentzouris, L. K. | Fitch, M. J. | Fry, A. R. | Melissinos, A. C. | Taylor, B. D. | P. Michelato | Sertore, D. | C. Pagani | J.B. Rosenzweig
abstract: A photoinjector is being constructed in order to produce a pulse train of up to 800 electron bunches, each with 8 nC of charge and a 3.5 ps rms bunch length. The spacing between bunches within a train is 1 s and the train repetition rate is 1?10 Hz. The desired transverse emittance is <20 mm mrad. An rf photo-gun delivers a bunched 4?5 MeV beam which will be accelerated to 14?18 MeV by a 9- cell superconducting cavity and compressed magnetically. Measurements have been done on the beam delivered by a first prototype rf gun; installation of a new rf gun, the 9-cell cavity, and the bunch compressor is in progress.
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title: Operation of the APS RF Gun
format: conference proceeding
conference: Linear Accelerator Conference 1998
year: 1998
8 authors: J. W. Lewellen | S. Biedron | A. Lumpkin | S. V. Milton | A. Nassiri | S. Pasky | G. Travish | M. White
abstract: The Advanced Photon Source (APS) has a thermioniccathode rf gun system capable of providing beam to the APS linac. The gun system consists of a 1.6-cell thermionic-cathode rf gun, a fast kicker for beam current control, and an alpha magnet for bunch compression and injection into the APS linac line. This system is intended for use both as an injector for positron creation, and as a first beam source for the Low-Energy Undulator Test Line (LEUTL) project [1]. The first measured performance characteristics of the gun are presented.
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title: High brightness electron sources
format: conference proceeding
conference: Linear Accelerator Conference 1998
year: 1998
1 author: J.B. Rosenzweig
abstract: The production of unprecedentedly high brightness electron beams is a critical aspect of many applications, from free-electron lasers to advanced accelerators. The preferred method for obtaining these beams is the radiofrequency photoinjector. The physics and technology aspects of this device are reviewed here, along prospects for future progress in high-brightness beam development.
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