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Development of a silicon detector monitor for the superconducting upgrade of the REX-ISOLDE heavy-ion linac at CERN

AuthorsZocca, F. ; Fraser, M.A.; Pasini, M.; Bravin, E.; Voulot, D.; Wenander, F.
Issue Date2011
PublisherDeutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron
CitationProceedings of DIPAC2011: 131- 133 (2011)
AbstractA silicon detector monitor has been developed and tested in the frame of the beam diagnostics development program for the HIE-ISOLDE superconducting upgrade of the REX-ISOLDE heavy-ion linac at CERN. The monitor is intended for beam energy and timing measurements as well as for phase scanning of the superconducting cavities. Tests have been performed with a stable ion beam, composed of carbon, oxygen and neon ions accelerated to energies from 300 keV/u to 2.85 MeV/u. The energy measurements performed allowed for beam spectroscopy and ion identification with a resolution of 1.3 % rms. The achieved resolution is suited for cavity phase scanning, which was demonstrated with the REX 7-gap resonator. The time structure of the beam, characterized by a bunch period of 9.87 ns, was measured with a resolution better than 200 ps. This paper describes the results from all these tests as well as providing details of the detector setup.
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