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Emittance Compensation of a Superconducting RF Photoelectron Gun by a Magnetic RF Field
Janssen, D.; Volkov, V.
For compensation of transverse emittance in normal conducting RF photoelectron guns a static magnetic field is applied. In superconducting RF guns the application of a static magnetic field is impossible. Therefore we put instead of a static field a magnetic RF field (TE - mode) together with the corresponding accelerating mode into the superconducting cavity of the RF gun. For a 3 _ cell cavity of the superconducting gun with frequencies f = 1.3GHz for the accelerating mode and f = 3.9 GHz for the magnetic mode and a bunch charge of 1 nC a transversal emittance of 0.5 mm mrad has been obtained. In this case the maximal field strength on the axis were Ez = 50 MV/m for the accelerating mode and Bz = 0.34 T for the magnetic mode.(This corresponds to Bs(max) = 0.22T on the surface of the cavity). Possibilities for the technical realization (input of RF power for the TE mode, tuning of two frequencies in one cavity, phase stability) are discussed.
Contribution to proceedings
9th European Particle Accelerator Conference EPAC 2004, 05.-09.07.2004, Lucerne, Switzerland
Contributions to the Proceedings, 9th European Particle Accelerator Conference EPAC 2004, MOPKF014, 92-9083-231-2, 330-332