Author: Urakawa, J.
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KEK LUCX facility Laser-to-RF&RF-to-RF stability study and optimization  
  • K. Popov
    Sokendai, Ibaraki, Japan
  • A. Aryshev, N. Terunuma, J. Urakawa
    KEK, Ibaraki, Japan
  KEK LUCX facility* is a linear accelerator devoted to the beam instrumentation R&Ds for present and future accelerator systems and colliders including ILC. According to the ILC TDR**, it is necessary to achieve RF-gun Laser-to-RF&RF-to-RF phase stability of 0.35°(RMS) and amplitude stability of 0.07%(RMS) with implementation of the Digital LLRF feedback based on commercially available FPGA board and digital trigger system. As the first step to achieve ILC stability level at KEK-LUCX facility, present Laser-to-RF&RF-to-RF phase and amplitude jitters were measured using time- and frequency-domain techniques. After that, jitter influence on beam parameters after RF-gun and main solenoid magnet was simulated with ASTRA tracking code*** and results were cross-checked during LUCX facility beam operation. Finally, stable digital trigger system and digital LLRF feedback based on HighLand Technology T564 and RedPitaya SIGNALlab-250 modules were implemented. This report demonstrates the results of Laser-to-RF&RF-to-RF phase and amplitude jitter measurements cross-checked with ASTRA simulation and real beam parameters measurements before and after LUCX facility stabilization.
*A. Aryshev et al., Appl. Phys. Lett. 111, 033508 (2017).
**International Linear Collider Reference Design Report, ILC-REPORT-2007-001, 2007.
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