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Branlard, Julien; Ayvazyan, Gohar; Schmidt, Christian; Weddig, Henning-Christof; Yang, Bin; Habib, Samer Bou; Czuba, Krzysztof; Grzegrzolka, Maciej; Janas, Ewa; Piekarski, Jan; Rutkowski, Igor; Rybaniec, Radoslaw; Ayvazyan, Valeri; Sikora, Dominik; Zembala, Lukasz; Zukocinski, Mateusz; Cichalewski, Wojciech; Makowski, Dariusz; Perek, Piotr; Pozniak, Tomasz; Przygoda, Konrad; Korolczuk, Stefan; Kudla, Ignacy Maciej; Butkowski, Lukasz; Szewinski, Jaroslaw; Oliwa, Krzysztof; Wierba, Woyciech; Piotrowski, Adam; Grecki, Mariusz; Hoffmann, Matthias ... view all 34 authors View less authors (2014)
Languages: English
Types: Conference object
The European x-ray free electron laser (XFEL) is based on a 17.5 GeV super conducting pulsed linac and is scheduled to deliver its first beam in 2016. The first component of its accelerator chain, the RF gun, was installed in fall of 2013 and its commissioning is underway. This contribution gives an update on the low level radio frequency (LLRF) system development and installation for the XFEL. In particular, the installation, performance and conditioning results of the RF gun are presented. The subsequent steps toward LLRF components mass-production, testing and installation for the XFEL linac are also explained.
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