- Nuria Catalan Lasheras (CERN)
The talk presents different aspects of the integration of high-gradient accelerating structures into modules that either exploit the classical CLIC two-beam acceleration scheme or that rely on klystron amplifiers to produce the beam acceleration.
This talk will describe the new developments in the structure and components for X-band technologies at CERN. The main issues covered in the talk will be the progress in the manufacturing of the structures made in halves as well as in structures made of rectangular discs. The talk will also include a brief update of possible future designs of other X-band components such as couplers.
Generally, a standard bunching system is composed of a SW pre-buncher, a TW buncher and a standard accelerating structure. In the industrial area, the bunching system is usually simplified by eliminating the PB and integrating the B and the standard structure together to form a β-varied structure. The beam capturing efficiency for this kind of simplified system is often worse than that for the...
The high power RF sources system includes high power klystron, modulator, PSM power suppler, and solid state amplifier. There are 2856MHz klystron and modulators at BEPCII Linac, 1.3GHz klystron and max modulator on test platform for superconducting cavities system, 325MW CW klystron and PSM power supply for ADS RFQ system and 325MW solid state amplifiers for ADS SRF system. The 650MHz 150kW...
Future colliders (FCC, ESS, CLIC) and high energy accelerators for scientific, industrial and medical applications require high power, high efficiency sources in wide range of frequencies. Novel bunching technology (BAC) together with transverse coupled cavities technology (TCC) allow to achieve efficiency up to 80% and peak output powers till 10 MW in X/C/S bands with long lifetime and low...