PHIL is a test facility (S-band: 3 GHz, warm technology), which can be used for photo-injector characterization; it provides also a low energy electron beam for multi purpose experiment or calibration (diagnostics, detectors...). It is also an ultra-short e- bunch source (150 fs/100 pC).
The electron beam characteristics are:
- Tunable in charge between 10 pC and 1 nC (depending on photo-cathode),
- Tunable in Energy between 2 and 5 MeV (to be upgraded to 9 MeV soon),
- Tunable in Pulse duration: 5ns to 100 fs (depending on the laser used),
- dE/E = 0.2% for 100pC 3 MeV
- Emittance 5 to 10 mm.mrad
- F =5 Hz
Achievements, related projects
- ThomX (test before installation in THOMX of some components and diagnostics),
- Captdiam (test of diamond sensors at PHIL before there installation at KEK for ATF2 experiments),
- Leetech: calibration of detectors for partical physics,
- Drum: generation of ultra-short electron bench (10 to 100 fs),
- Esculap (use of PHIL's ultra-short electron bench as an input beam for plasma acceleration experiment).
Technical steps, expertise
- Vacuum setting,
- Laser beam modularity to adapt the electron bench parameters,
- Mechanical adjustment in order to prepare the integration of new component,
- Beam dynamics simulations to adapt the beam parameters to the experiment requirement
IJCLab - Orsay (France)
This technical platform provides the expertise and manpower to perform the work and training,
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