New Design of the 40 GHz Bunch Arrival Time Monitor Using MTCA.4 Electronics at Flash and for the European XFEL

M.K. Czwalinna , Ch. Gerth , H. Schlarb , Samer Bou Habib , Stefan Korolczuk , Jarosław Szewiński , A. Kuhl

Abstract

At free-electron lasers, today’s pump-probe experiments and seeding schemes make high demands on the electron bunch timing stability with an arrival time jitter reduction down to the femtosecond level. At FLASH and the upcom- ing European XFEL, the bunch train structures with their high bunch repetition rates allow for an accurate intra-train stabilisation. To realise longitudinal beam-based feedbacks a reliable and precise arrival time detection over a broad range of bunch charges, which can even change from 1 nC down to 20 pC within a bunch train, is essential. Benefit- ting from the experience at FLASH, the current bunch ar- rival time monitors, based on detection of RF signals from broad-band pick-ups by use of electro-optic modulators, are further developed to cope with the increased require- ments. In this paper, we present the new BAM prototype, including an adapted electro-optical front-end and the lat- est development of the read-out electronics based on the MTCA.4 platform.
Author M.K. Czwalinna
M.K. Czwalinna,,
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, Ch. Gerth
Ch. Gerth,,
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, H. Schlarb
H. Schlarb,,
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, Samer Bou Habib (FEIT / PE)
Samer Bou Habib,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
, Stefan Korolczuk (FEIT / PE) - [NCBJ Świerk]
Stefan Korolczuk,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
- NCBJ Świerk
, Jarosław Szewiński
Jarosław Szewiński,,
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, A. Kuhl
A. Kuhl,,
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Pages749-752
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Martin Ian, Rehm Guenther (eds.): Proceedings of International Beam Instrumentation Conference, 2013, Oxford, UK., Diamond Light Source, ISBN 978-3-95450-127-4
URL http://accelconf.web.cern.ch/AccelConf/IBIC2013/papers/wepc31.pdf
Languageen angielski
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Citation count*7 (2018-06-25)
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