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Development of 26GHz Dielectric-Based Wakefield Power Extractor *. C. Jing, P. Schoessow, A. Kanareykin, Euclid Techlabs, LLC M. Conde, R. Konecny, J. Power, W. Gai, HEP, ANL S. Kazakov, KEK A. Kustov4 , Dynamics Software, Helsinki, Finland. * work is supported by DoE SBIR Phase I funding.

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Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Development of 26GHz Dielectric-Based Wakefield Power Extractor*

C. Jing, P. Schoessow, A. Kanareykin, Euclid Techlabs, LLC

M. Conde, R. Konecny, J. Power, W. Gai, HEP, ANL

S. Kazakov, KEK

A. Kustov4 , Dynamics Software, Helsinki, Finland

* work is supported by DoE SBIR Phase I funding.

AAC08, July. 27th---Aug.2nd , 2008


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Outline

  • Motivation

  • Structure Design

  • Structure Construction

  • Planned Experiment

  • Summary


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Motivation

  • Stable high power RF sources, because of numerous potential applications in a number of areas, have been pursued for decades using different technologies over different frequency bands. C-band dielectric-based wakefield power extractor has been successfully demonstrated recently. Here, using a similar idea, we present a higher frequency rf power extractor to demonstrate a good frequency scalability of this scheme.

  • Argonne Wakefield Accelerator facility has a unique capability of providing high quality, high charge, and short bunch length beams using their 1.3 GHz photoinjector RF gun. According to their upgrade schedule, within the next three years the facility will be able to generate a 20 MeV bunch train (16 bunches) with up to 50 nC charge per bunch by using a new high QE CsTe cathode and an additional 30 MW klystron. This represents an opportunity for testing high charge related applications like our proposed 26 GHz wakefield RF power extractor.


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Structure Design

Parameters


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Structure Design

Est. output

*16, 20nC bunch train, steady output power of 148 MW and 56 MV/m peak gradient. The energy loss is 5.7 MeV for the last bunch in the bunch train .

*20nC, single bunch, bunch length 1.5mm.


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Structure Design

Output coupler design


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Structure Construction

26GHz Power Extractor: coupler


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Structure Construction


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Structure Construction

Bench test results

26GHz TM01 mode launcher

WR34-coaxial adaptor


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Planned Experiment

Experiment is planned to perform at AWA facility.


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Planned Experiment

beam simulation by Euclid self-developed code

Simulation using the DWA-BD-07 particle code of the longitudinal and transverse wake of a 20nC single drive bunch passing through the power extractor.

Snapshots of the electron distributions in the x-z plane traversing the 26GHz decelerator (five bunch train computed using DWA-BD-07). The frames top to bottom show bunches 1-5 at 40ps intervals. The bunches are injected with an initial offset of 0.4mm in the positive x direction. Initial energy of each bunch is 20MeV. Distances in cm; the vertical extent of each plot corresponds to the width of the vacuum channel (±0.35 cm).


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Planned Experiment

Components developed for beam experiment.

WR-34 rf flange

26GHz power detector

Heterodyne rf detection circuit

26GHz SiC based rf load is under development.


Development of 26ghz dielectric based wakefield power extractor

Summary

  • We have developed a 26GHz dielectric-based wakefield power extractor.

  • 148MW, 10ns rf power is expected using AWA to-be-upgraded facility.

  • 1st experiment is planned early next year.


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