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Gonias, A.

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TOAA05 Implementation, Commissioning and Current Status of the Diamond Light Source Control System 56
  • M. G. Abbott, K. A.R. Baker, T. M. Cobb, P. N. Denison, P. Gibbons, I. J. Gillingham, A. Gonias, P. Hamadyk, S. C. Lay, P. J. Leicester, M. R. Pearson, U. K. Pederson, N. P. Rees, A. J. Rose, J. Rowland, E. L. Shepherd, S. J. Singleton, I. Uzun, M. T. Heron
    Diamond, Oxfordshire
  • A. J. Foster
    OSL, Cambridge
  • S. Hunt
    AHB, Meisterschwanden
  • P. H. Owens
    STFC/DL, Daresbury, Warrington, Cheshire
  Starting with the Linac in 2005, the commissioning of the Diamond Light Source accelerators and photon beamlines, together with their related control systems, progressed to an aggressive program such that as of early in 2007, the facility was available for first users with a suite of beamlines and experiment stations. The implementation and commissioning of the control system to meet the overall project objectives are presented. The current status of the control system, including ongoing developments for electron-beam orbit stability and future photon beamline requirements, are also described.  
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WPPB23 Metrological Testing of DLS Timing System 445
  • A. Gonias, M. T. Heron, Y. S. Chernousko
    Diamond, Oxfordshire
  • E. Pietarinen, J. Pietarinen
    MRF, Helsinki
  The Diamond timing system is the latest-generation development of the design, principles, and technologies currently implemented in the Advanced Photon Source and Swiss Light Source timing systems. It provides the ability to generate reference events, distribute them over a fiber-optic network, and decode and process them at the equipment to be controlled. The Diamond timing system has now been operational for over a year. The systematic characterization of the installed system, to understand the performance, and the results of these measurements are presented.