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Optical Imaging of the Tevatron Beam using Synchrotron Radiation

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Beams-doc-1975-v2
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Randy M Thurman-Keup
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Randy M Thurman-Keup
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30 Sep 2005, 09:52
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29 Jan 2008, 12:53
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Abstract:
The synchrotron light imaging system, Synclite, was originally installed by Alan Hahn in the early 1990’s. It has undergone at least one major hardware upgrade and several DAQ upgrades. The imaging system is a simple one lens telescope. It has various mirrors for redirecting the light, a wavelength filter for isolating the desired source, and an intensified CID camera for capturing the image. The data acquisition and control system is LabView running on a WindowsXP PC. Over the past year there has been sustained activity directed at understanding the behavior of Synclite. This document describes the Synclite system as it presently exists and presents the results of the recent studies.
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