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#3205 Summary. Studying beam instabilities along bunch train 3 observables INJ-BPM-01 fast bunch electronics INJ FCUP-01 Laser pulse power. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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#3205 Summary

#3205 SummaryStudying beam instabilities along bunch train3 observablesINJ-BPM-01 fast bunch electronicsINJ FCUP-01Laser pulse power. Laser pulse power is measured via a photodiode + splitter located downstream of the pockels cells (for macro pulse selection + burst generator), and the frequency doubler, but UPSTREAM of the attenuator. Vary the laser attenuation to see how each observable changes (this will not affect the laser pulse train). Change rep rate to 1 Hz to get simultaneous observables from a single train. Studying transients vs solenoid, corrector strengths, laser spot position. Key finding: The 6 MHz seen in October 12 data is not present now. This is the first shift since the commissioning break when the PI laser was adjusted to produce higher pulse power. NB. Calculation of BPM y position in the software was still incorrect on this shift in the saved BPM files in the shift folder. This is seen by the large offset in y (~-8 mm) and the fact that the y vs bunch number plot looks very similar to the charge. The incorrect software was fixed on this shift, AFTER the data files had been saved, hence the data files in the shift folder are still wrong for y. INJ-BPM-01 fast bunch electronics RAW DATA

Note significant droop in all 3 observables

Small transient at start of trainx y charge15 pC

21 pC

30 pC

43 pC

60 pCFrequency Content, Pre-ProcessingTake bunches 100 bunches to 1000 to avoid early transient and later droop As always, subtract mean from data.For the CHARGE observable subtract the mean AND normalise by the mean, so that it can be compared the fcup/PI laser traces

BPM frequency content, 0 1 MHzStrong 300 kHz

100 kHz not apparent

Norrmalised the x,y DFT so that the amplitudes are in mm

BPM frequency content, 0 8 MHz

NO 6MHzFaraday Cup Fourier AnalysisFCUP taken at 15 pC, 21 pC, 30 pC, 43 pC, 60 pC, simultaneously with the BPM shots on previous slides (use rep rate 1 Hz)Scope records at 10 Gs/sec = 0.1 ns data spacingTake 1 in every 10 data points effectively 1 Gs/sec = 1 ns data spacingTake the same portion of the train 100 1000 bunches == 6 60 s Subtract the backgroundSubtract the mean FCUP voltage and normalise on the meanTake DFTFCUP 60 pC example

fcup after background subtraction (volts vs time)6-60 s

(y )/After pre-processing described on previous slide, then compute FourierDFT for different frequency ranges

16 MHz + harmonics = bunch frequency300 kHz not seen

lowest frequency is probably slope of data (slope still present even with background subtraction)

FCUP 60 pC example

F-cup Fourier15 pC

21 pC

30 pC

43 pC

60 pC

PI laser tracePI laser trace taken at 15 pC, 21 pC, 30 pC, 43 pC, 60 pC, simultaneously with the BPM shots on previous slides (use rep rate 1 Hz)Take ALL data points (do not do 1/10 sampling like for FCUP). 10 Gsamples/sec = 0.1 ns data spacingNo other filtering/binning performed i.e. maximum information retained.Once more take 6-60 s and compute fourier of (y-)/Remember PI laser power is measured downstream of frequency doubler (green laser), but upstream of attenuation

PI Laser Fourier15 pC

21 pC

30 pC

43 pC

60 pC

F-cup Fourier

BPM frequency content, 0 1 MHz