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An electron analogue accelerator 45 feet in diameter is being constructed to test a variety of orbital properties of a strong-focusing synchrotron system. High-voltage sawtooth wave generators will supply the electrostatic bending and correcting lenses. A feed-back type radio frequency control and power amplifier supply a simple low-Q ferrite accelerating cavity. The rf control is designed to accommodate the phase stability transition encountered in strong-focusing synchrotrons. Auxiliary electronic systems will detect, observe, and time the circulating electron beam.
Nuclear Science, Transactions of the Institute of Radio Engineers Professional Group on (Volume:NS-1 , Issue: 1 )
Date of Publication: N/A 1954