Apr 22 – 26, 2024
Orto Botanico di Roma
Europe/Rome timezone

X-Band Low Level Radio Frequency System Development

Not scheduled
20m
Aranciera (Orto Botanico di Roma)

Aranciera

Orto Botanico di Roma

Botanical Garden of Rome Museum of Sapienza University of Rome Largo Cristina di Svezia 24 00165 Roma, RM

Speaker

Phani Deep Meruga (Instrumentation Technologies)

Description

EuPRAXIA stands for “European Plasma Research Accelerator with eXcellence In Applications”. It's a collaborative project aimed at developing a compact, cost-effective particle accelerator based on plasma technology. This initiative involves researchers and institutions across Europe working together to advance the field of accelerator science. EuPRAXIA aims to produce a new generation of accelerators with potential applications in various fields, including medicine, industry, and fundamental research in physics. LLRF stands for Low-Level Radio Frequency. It's a system used in particle accelerators to stabilize and control the radiofrequency fields used to accelerate charged particles, ensuring precise energy levels and beam stability. The goal of this project is the development of a prototype for an X-band LLRF system, tailored to address the challenging requirements of the EuPRAXIA@SPARC_LAB application. Once confirmed on a real testbench, the prototype will be used as a starting point for the industrialization into a commercial instrument. This poster will present the Conceptual Block diagram of the LLRF prototype.

Primary author

Phani Deep Meruga (Instrumentation Technologies)

Co-author

Mr Borut Baričevič (Instrumentation Technologies)

Presentation materials