Author: Lu, W.
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WEPC16 The Design of BPM Electronic System for CSNS RCS 706
  • W. Lu, H.Y. Sheng, X.C. Tian, J.W. Zhao, Y.B. Zhao
    IHEP, Bejing, People's Republic of China
  A Beam Position Monitor (BPM) system has been designed for the Rapid Cycling Synchrotron (RCS) at the China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) to acquire beam position information. This article introduces the design and implementation of the BPM electronic system. The challenge of designing the BPM electronics is to acquire and process the signal with large dynamic range (5.8mV~32V) and changing width (80ns to 500ns). The analog circuit described in this paper, which is constructed of a single-stage operational amplifier and an analog switch, can cover the input signal with large dynamic range. Because of the minimum bunch length (80ns) and the requirement of position resolution, a 14 bit 250MHz ADC is adopted to digitize the signal. Besides, for BPM system, the demand of an accurate real-time position monitoring is mandatory. The algorithm developed in an FPGA is able to make Bunch-by-Bunch position calculation and Closed Orbit position calculation in real time. Also, some preliminary test results will be presented and discussed, which show that the resolution of Bunch-by-Bunch position is 0.8mm when the input signal is 5.8mV and the resolution of Closed Orbit position is 50um.  
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