Use of an injection locked magnetron to drive a superconducting RF cavity

Wang, H. and Davis, K. and Rimmer, R. and Tahir, I. and Dexter, A. C. and Burt, G. and Carter, R. G. (2010) Use of an injection locked magnetron to drive a superconducting RF cavity. In: IPAC 2010 - 1st International Particle Accelerator Conference. IPAC 2010 - 1st International Particle Accelerator Conference . UNSPECIFIED, JPN, pp. 4026-4028. ISBN 9789290833529

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Abstract

The use of an injection locked CW magnetron to drive a 2.45 GHz superconducting RF cavity has been successfully demonstrated. With a locking power less than -27 dB with respect to the output and with a phase control system acting on the locking signal, cavity phase was accurately controlled for hours at a time without loss of lock while suppressing microphonics. The phase control accuracy achieved was 0.8° r.m. s. The main contributing disturbance limiting ultimate phase control was power supply ripple from the low specification switch mode power supply used for the experiment.

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02 Sep 2019 11:00
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