A study of pickup and signal processing for HLS-Ⅱ bunch current measurement system

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YANG Yong-Liang, MA Tian-Ji, SUN Bao-Gen, WANG Ji-Gang, ZOU Jun-Ying, CHENG Chao-Cai and LU Ping. A study of pickup and signal processing for HLS-Ⅱ bunch current measurement system[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(9): 097006. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/9/097006
YANG Yong-Liang, MA Tian-Ji, SUN Bao-Gen, WANG Ji-Gang, ZOU Jun-Ying, CHENG Chao-Cai and LU Ping. A study of pickup and signal processing for HLS-Ⅱ bunch current measurement system[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(9): 097006.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/9/097006 shu
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A study of pickup and signal processing for HLS-Ⅱ bunch current measurement system

    Corresponding author: YANG Yong-Liang,
    Corresponding author: SUN Bao-Gen,

Abstract: For the HLS-Ⅱ bunch current measurement system, in order to obtain the absolute value of bunch current, the calibration factor should be determined by using DCCT. At the HLS storage ring, the stretch effect of bunch length is observed and the change rate is about 19% when the bunch current decays over time and this will affect the performance of bunch current detection. To overcome the bunch stretch influence in the HLS-Ⅱ bunch current measurement, an evaluation about pickup type and signal processing is carried out. Strip-line pickup and button pickup are selectable, and the theoretical analysis and demonstration experiment are performed to find out an acceptable solution for the bunch current measurement system at HLS-Ⅱ. The experimental data analysis shows that the normalized calibration factor will change by about 27% when the bunch length changes by about 19% if using the button pickup and processing by peak value of bunch signal; the influence will be reduced to 2% less if adopting the strip-line pickup and integral.

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