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thus will not track it. This is unlike the traditional technique where the TT tracks the
tune motion from the RF frequency changes.
In this paper, we will summarise the theory behind the phase modulation method
and discuss the problems we have found in our first attempt to implement it and how we
have solved them. We will also show the measurements with beam which demonstrates the
performance of the CT. Finally, we will show some reasons why the chromaticity measured
with the CT or with the traditional method with the TT for coalesced beam is smaller
than we expect.
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