Beam transport, acceleration and compression studies in the Fermilab high-brightness photoinjector

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A photoinjector is being constructed in order to produce a pulse train of up to 800 electron bunches, each with 8 nC of charge and a 3.5 ps rms bunch length. The spacing between bunches within a train is 1 #22;s and the train repe-tition rate is 1�10 Hz. The desired transverse emittance is <20#25; mm#1; mrad. An rf photo-gun delivers a bunched 4�5 MeV beam which will be accelerated to 14�18 MeV by a 9- cell superconducting cavity and compressed magnetically. Measurements have been done on the beam delivered by a first prototype rf gun; installation of a new ... continued below

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al., J.-P. Carneiro et October 1, 1998.

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A photoinjector is being constructed in order to produce a pulse train of up to 800 electron bunches, each with 8 nC of charge and a 3.5 ps rms bunch length. The spacing between bunches within a train is 1 #22;s and the train repe-tition rate is 1�10 Hz. The desired transverse emittance is <20#25; mm#1; mrad. An rf photo-gun delivers a bunched 4�5 MeV beam which will be accelerated to 14�18 MeV by a 9- cell superconducting cavity and compressed magnetically. Measurements have been done on the beam delivered by a first prototype rf gun; installation of a new rf gun, the 9-cell cavity, and the bunch compressor is in progress.

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al., J.-P. Carneiro et. Beam transport, acceleration and compression studies in the Fermilab high-brightness photoinjector, article, October 1, 1998; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc668105/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.