Operation Status and Performances Upgrade on SOLEIL SR…EPAC08, Italy
SOLEIL is the French 2.75 GeV third generation synchrotron light source delivering beam to Users since January 2007. As of June 2008 up to 14 beam-lines are taking beam, 7 from insertion devices (IDs), 2 from IR ports, and 5 from dipole ports.
Progress of TLS Fast Orbit Feedback System…EPAC08, Italy
The orbit feedback system of the TLS has been deployed for a decade and continuously upgraded as technology develops.
Fast Orbit Feedback at Taiwan Photon Source (IPAC13, Shanghai, China)
Low latency, distributed, Fast Orbit Feedback (FOFB) application, based on singular value decomposition, entirely implemented in FPGA, has been developed for the Taiwan Photos Source (TPS).
Fast Orbit Feedback Calculation Implementation for TPS (IBIC 2012, Tsukuba, Japan)
Fast orbit feedback (FOFB) application is planned for the Taiwan Photon Source (TPS) at storage ring commissioning.
First-Turn & Stored Beam Measurements with Single Bunch Filling Pattern using Time-Domain Processing at KEK-PF (BIW12, Newport News, Virginia)
High sensitivity and precision are two of the most important properties of the electron beam position processors. They are crucial when measuring the orbit of the first turn, of the first few turns and of a stored beam with a partial or a single bunch filling pattern.
First Measurements of a new BPP on Real Beam at TLS…PAC 2011, US
Libera Electron, Libera Brilliance and Libera Brilliance+ compose the electron beam position processors product family, which covers the needs of wide variety of the circular light source machines.
Prototype results with a complete Beam Loss Monitor System optimized for synchrotron light sources (IPAC’15, Richmond, VA, USA)
Beam loss monitors in synchrotron light sources are finding an increasing utility in particular with the trend of numerous light sources pushing to lower emittances and thus higher intra-beam scattering, while operating in topup injection modes and employing in-vacuum undulators in their rings.
Programming Interfaces for Reconfigurable Instruments…PCAPAC2010, Canada
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) provided by the manufacturers of the instruments for the accelerators are a very important part of the functionality. There are many interface standards (EPICS, TINE, Tango,...) and even same standard can be used in various ways.