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Michizono, S.

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WE205 KEKB Injector Linac and Upgrade for SuperKEKB 549
  • S. Michizono
    KEK, Ibaraki
  KEKB Injector linac has provided the 8 GeV electrons and 3.5 GeV positrons to the KEKB asymmetric collider rings designed for the B-physics study. The KEKB has recorded the highest luminosity records to which the linac contributes with an advanced operational stability. The dualbunch injection and continuous injection schemes have been adopted. The operational status of the KEKB injector linac is summarized here. The Super KEKB project aiming for the ten-times higher luminosity is under consideration as the upgrade of KEKB. In this upgrade, the injector linac has to increase the positron acceleration energy from 3.5 GeV to 8 GeV. In order to double the acceleration field (from 20 to 40 MV/m), the C-band rf system has been tested. The newly developed components, such as an acceleration structure and an rf window, are summarized. A C-band acceleration structure is installed in KEKB linac after the rf conditioning of more than 40 MW. The energy gain of more than 40 MV/m is confirmed by the beam analysis. The C-band acceleration unit has been operated continuously for the stability test. The recent operational status of the c-band acceleration unit will be also reported.  
THP52 RF Reference Distribution System for the J-PARC Linac 727
  • T. Kobayashi, E. Chishiro
    JAERI, Ibaraki-ken
  • S. Anami, S. Michizono, S. Yamaguchi
    KEK, Ibaraki
  J-PARC (Japan Proton Accelerator Complex) linac, which is 300 m long, consists of 324 MHz accelerating section of the upstream and 972 MHz section (as future plan) of the downstream. In the klystron gallery, totally about 50 RF source control stations will stand for the klystrons and solid-state amplifiers. The error of the accelerating field must be within ±1° in phase and ±1% in amplitude. Thus, the high phase stability is required to the RF reference for all of the low-level RF control systems and the beam monitor systems. This paper presents a final design of the RF reference distribution system for this linac. The RF reference (12 MHz) is distributed to all stations optically. Low-jitter E/O and O/E with temperature stabilizers are developed. The reference is optically amplified and divided into 14 transmission lines, and is delivered through PSOF (the phase-stabilized optical fiber), the temperature of which is stabilized by cooling water. Each of the transmitted signals is divided more into 4 signals by an optical coupler. Our objective for the phase stability of the reference aims at <±0.3° at a 972 MHz frequency.  
THP56 Control of the Low Level RF System for J-Parc Linac 739
  • S. Michizono, S. Anami, E. Kadokura, S. Yamaguchi
    KEK, Ibaraki
  • E. Chishiro, T. Kobayashi, .H. Suzuki
    JAERI, Ibaraki-ken
  A low level RF (LLRF) system for J-Parc linac generates RF and clock signals, drives a klystron, and stabilizes accelerating fields in the cavities. The LLRF system is controlled by two units: a programmable logic controller (PLC) and a compact PCI (cPCI) controller. Functions of the PLC are ON/OFF and UP/DOWN controls, and STATUS and ANALOG monitors. The PLC is locally operated by a touch panel, and remotely operated by an EPICS IOC with Ethernet communication. The cPCI controller is for RF feedback and feed-forward controls, including a cavity tuner control, and then, locally and remotely operated by communication with the PLC. On the other hand, RF waveform data, which are stored in the memory of DSP and CPU boards in the cPCI, are directory transmitted to an EPICS OPI by a request from EPICS.  
THP57 Digital Feedback System for J-Parc Linac RF Source 742
  • S. Michizono, S. Anami, S. Yamaguchi
    KEK, Ibaraki
  • T. Kobayashi
    J-PARC, Ibaraki-ken
  At the proton linac of J-Parc (Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex), an accelerating electric field stability of ±1% in amplitude and ±1° in phase is required for the RF system. In order to accomplish these requirements, a digital feedback system is adopted for flexibility of the feedback (FB) and feed forward (FF) algorism implementation. FPGAs are used for the real-time FB system. A DSP board is also utilized for data processing and communication between FPGAs and a crate control CPU (Host). The system was examined with the DTL cavity and it satisfies the stability specification. In this report, the digital rf system is described and operational stability is also summarized.  
THP58 Development of C-band High-Power Mix-Mode RF Window 745
  • S. Michizono, S. Fukuda, T. Matsumoto, K. Nakao, T. Takenaka
    KEK, Ibaraki
  • K. Yoshida
    MELCO, Hyogo
  High power c-band (5712 MHz) rf system (40 MW, 2 μs, 50 Hz) is under consideration for the electron-linac upgrade aimed for the super KEKB project. An rf window, which isolates the vacuum and pass the rf power, is one of the most important components for the rf system. The window consists of a ceramic disk and a pill-box housing. The mix-mode rf window is designed so as to decrease the electric field on the periphery of the ceramic disk. A resonant ring is assembled in order to examine the high-power transmission test. The window was tested up to the transmission power of 160 MW. The rf losses are also measured during the rf operation.