Influence of environment changes on Libera Sync 3 long-term stability (FEL 2015, Daejaon, S. Korea)
Libera Sync 3 is intended to be used as a reference clock transfer system in the latest fourth generation light sources where the required long-term stability is in the range of a few tens of femtoseconds of drift per day.
Test results of the Libera Sync 3 CW Reference Clock Transfer System (IPAC’14, Dresden, Germany)
The new Libera Sync 3 CW reference clock transfer system has been specifically designed to meet the strict requirements of the latest fourth generation light sources such as the Swiss FEL .
Next Generation CW Reference Clock Transfer System with Femtosecond Stability (NA-PAC13, Pasadena, USA)
Present and future fourth generation light sources, such as the Swiss FEL, are placing strict requirements on current CW reference clock transfer systems. Both the added jitter and the long-term stability criteria need to be in the range of a few femtoseconds. In order to meet these requirements, the existing Libera Sync CW transfer system has been redesigned.
Compact Single Pass BPM (IPAC’15, Richmond, VA, USA)
Monitoring and subsequent optimization of linacs and beam transfers requires specific instrumentation for beam position data acquisition and processing.
Light proton therapy LINAC LLRF system development (LINAC’18, Beijing, China)
Proton cancer therapy is a state-of-the-art medical treatment technique based on an accelerator beam production facility. The LIGHT linear accelerator design by AVO-ADAM offers a modular compact solution for precise control of the treatment dose delivery, both position and energy wise.
3 BPM Study at PAL ITF (LINAC14, Geneva, Switzerland)
A “3-BPM-study” was done with 3 Libera Single Pass E BPM modules that were connected to the 3 equidistantly positioned stripline sensors. The aim of the test was to measure the performances of the Libera Single Pass E devices with beam conditions similar to the real pal XFEL machine.
New Digital BPM Electronics for Single Pass Applications (European XFEL Users’ Meeting, Hamburg, Germany)
Monitoring and subsequent optimization of electron Linacs and transfer lines requires specific beam position data acquisition and processing. Libera Single Pass E is an instrument intended for position and charge monitoring in basic and multi-mode operation LINACs.
Libera Hadron RHIC tests report
The Libera Hadron system is implemented on a uTCA based 19“ 2U platform chassis. The chassis can populate up to 4 BPM modules in order to acquire simultaneously the position from 8 BPM planes. The instrument consists of a high performance stabilized RF front-end and state-of-the-art analog to digital converters.