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P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/091 Feedback On Nanosecond Timescales Philip Burrows Glenn Christian Hamid Dabiri Khah Javier Resta Lopez.

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1 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/091 Feedback On Nanosecond Timescales Philip Burrows Glenn Christian Hamid Dabiri Khah Javier Resta Lopez Colin Perry Graduate students: Christina Swinson Ben Constance Robert Apsimon Douglas Bett Alexander Gerbershagen Angeles Faus Golfe Javier Alabau CERN, DESY, KEK, SLAC

2 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/092 KickerBPM 1 Digital feedback Analogue BPM processor Drive amplifier BPM 2 BPM 3 e- FONT4/5 prototypes at KEK/ATF2 3 bunches, ns spacing 1.3 GeV

3 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/093 KickerBPM 1 Digital feedback Analogue BPM processor Drive amplifier BPM 2 BPM 3 e- FONT4 prototype at KEK/ATF

4 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/094 BPM processor

5 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/095 Digital Feedback Board 2 x Analog Input channels (single-ended) 2 x Analog Output channels (differential)4 x General-purpose digital outputs 3 x external clock/trigger inputs Xilinx Virtex4 FPGA Analog Devices ADC/DACs 40 MHz oscillator RS232 comms JTAG port PROM GP I/O Header

6 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/096 Specifications: +- 15A (kicker terminated with 50 Ohm) +- 30A (kicker shorted at far end) 35ns risetime (to 90%) pulse length 10 us (specified for bunches) repetition rate 10 Hz Outline design done in Oxford CASE studentship w TMD Technologies Order placed with TMD Sept 06 Two prototype units delivered Dec 06 2 units in service at KEK since 2007 (2009: upgrades made + 1 unit) Kicker driver amplifier

7 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/097 FONT4 basic operation demonstrated in 2008 running: beam feedback along single axis (y) with few micron resolution FONT4 status

8 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/098 FONT4 basic operation demonstrated in 2008 running: beam feedback along single axis (y) with few micron resolution FONT4 status

9 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/099 FONT4 installation was dismantled when ATF extraction line was reconfigured late 2008 FONT operations in 2009

10 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0910 ATF2 FB system: FONT5 Dedicated system: 2 stripline kickers + fast drive amplifiers 3 stripline BPMs + fast analogue front-end electronics 9-channel digital FB processor

11 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0911 ATF2 FB system: FONT5 Dedicated system: 2 stripline kickers + fast drive amplifiers 3 stripline BPMs + fast analogue front-end electronics 9-channel digital FB processor

12 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0912 ATF2 FB system: FONT5 Dedicated system: 2 stripline kickers + fast drive amplifiers 3 stripline BPMs + fast analogue front-end electronics 9-channel digital FB processor

13 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0913 FONT4 installation was dismantled when ATF extraction line was reconfigured late new BPMs and 2 new kickers installed in new ATF2 extraction line week of February 9 FONT5 operations in 2009

14 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0914 New FONT5 ATF2 hardware

15 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0915 FONT4 installation was dismantled when ATF extraction line was reconfigured late new BPMs and 2 new kickers installed in new ATF2 extraction line week of February 9 Main aims: 1) commission new BPMs and kickers (digital DAQ) 2) work on improved resolution  1 um level 3) understand beam dynamics in FONT region Much commissioning work done parasitically - now have FONT ‘standalone’ hardware We typically took 1 shift per week March - May, a total of 6 shifts (!) FONT5: Jan-May 2009

16 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0916 Example: BPM calibrations

17 6 Example: kicker calibration Kick of +-40 urad

18 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0918 Example: resolution vs. bunch Q

19 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0919 We take 714 MHz signal from machine as LO signal for down-mixing of BPM signals Frequency divide 714 MHz to obtain 357 MHz for clocking the FONT digital FB board We observed phase jumps between 357 and 714 MHz signals Phase stability of 357 vs. 714 MHz

20 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0920 Phase difference of 714 and 357 MHz signals Phase jumps

21 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0921 We take 714 MHz signal from machine as LO signal for down-mixing of BPM signals Frequency divide 714 MHz to obtain 357 MHz for clocking the FONT digital FB board We observed phase jumps between 357 and 714 MHz signals A 180-degree shift of 357 MHz would cause ADC sample to miss beam by 2.8ns  reduce signal by up to 50% We tried ‘stable’ source of 714 MHz derived from frequency generator phase-locked to master oscillator Phase stability of 357 vs. 714 MHz

22 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0922 Comparison of ‘stable’ and ‘unstable’ 714 MHz

23 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0923 New FONT5 9-channel FB/FF board (y, y’) assembled (Sept. 2009) Bench tested in Oxford (October) Sent to KEK (November) for beam tests Shipped back and repaired (1 week turnaround) Now undergoing further beam tests looks very promising FONT5 since June 2009

24 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0924 Single bunch calibration: November 19 24

25 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0925 Single bunch calibration: P3 problem 25 November May

26 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0926 Bottom stripline had 20 db lower response Pickup removed from beamline and examined during November down week Lot of dust found inside! Noticed that bottom electrode closer to BPM housing than other electrodes – fabrication error? BPM rotated by 90 degrees and reinstalled Will be replaced in December shutdown BPM had been removed in summer for welding of bellows: probably rotated by 90 degrees then P3 problem

27 ZV6X corrector setting: May

28 ZV6X corrector setting: November

29 2Ben Constance27 th November 2009 FB loop closed off on

30 27 th November 2009 Interleaved FB on/off mode

31 27 th November 2009 Interleaved FB on/off mode 1 off/on

32 27 th November 2009 Interleaved FB on/off mode 1 off/on 2 off

33 27 th November 2009 Interleaved FB on/off mode 1 off/on 2 off 2 on

34 27 th November 2009 Interleaved FB on/off mode 1 off/on 2 off 2 on 3 off

35 27 th November 2009 Interleaved FB on/off mode 1 off/on 2 off 2 on 3 off 3 on

36 2Ben Constance27 th November 2009 FB loop closed off on

37 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0937 Banana-shaped train studies to see if train can be extracted flat ‘flattening’ signal implemented in firmware Significant bunch-bunch jitter within train Bunches 1 and 3 typically poorly correlated studies to understand origin of decorrelations Beam issues

38 Extraction kicker timing studies

39 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/09 Beam jitter/correlation studies 18 November 2009, Std Optics, 3 train, ns BS (with FONT4 electronics, P1 & P2 only)‏ Mean position and RMS jitter at P2: Bunch1: /- 5.1 um Bunch2: /- 4.7 um Bunch3: / 5.0 um RMS sagitta wrt train mean: 11.3 um Bunch-to-bunch correlations at P2: B1/B2: 0.76 B2/B3: 0.77 B1/B3: 0.78 resolution < 2.3 um, based on jitter and correlation observed.

40 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/09 Mean position and RMS jitter at P2: Bunch1: / um Bunch2: / um Bunch3: / 15.7 um RMS sagitta wrt train mean: 6.1 um Bunch-to-bunch correlations at P2: B1/B2: 0.48 B2/B3: 0.75 B1/B3: (non sign.)‏ 3-BPM resolution estimates: B1: 3.9 um, B2: 3.3 um, B3 3.4 um Beam jitter/correlation studies 11 December 2009, Std Optics, 3 train, ns BS (with FONT5 electronics - P1, P2, & P3)‏

41 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/09 Mean position and RMS jitter at P2: Bunch1: / um Bunch2: / um Bunch3: / 17.0 um RMS sagitta wrt train mean: 6.1 um Bunch-to-bunch correlations at P2: B1/B2: 0.42 (non sign.)‏ B2/B3: 0.60 B1/B3: (non sign.)‏ 3-BPM resolution estimates (low stats): B1: 3.6um, B2: 2.9 um, B3: 2.8 um Beam jitter/correlation studies 11 December 2009, Std Optics, 3 train, ns BS, AFTER DR CHROMATICITY CORRECTION

42 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/09 Bunch correlations vs. DR RF scan 11 December 2009, Std Optics, 3 train, ns BS, ~50 pulses/setting

43 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/09 Bunch correlations vs. beam charge 11 December 2009, Std Optics, 3 train, ns BS, ~100 pulses/setting

44 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0944 New BPMs and kickers installed + working FONT5 FB board fabricated and commissioned FB loop closed Beam quality is a serious issue: banana-train can be tuned away (or corrected) large jitter and lack of correlation between bunches are major problems (sometimes jitter is small and well correlated!) THIS WILL NOT BE BETTER WITH 30 BUNCHES! FONT5 summary 2009

45 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0945 Valencia Movers

46 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/ mm horizontal +- 2mm vertical

47 P.N. Burrows ATF2 Project Meeting, KEK, 14/12/0947 Install Valencia movers (January) Provide ‘turn-key’ bunch-by-bunch FB system for achievement of ATF2 goals Plan to replace LO-based BPM processor scheme FONT plans: 2010


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