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2020. 191-193 Paper presented at 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005, Kyoto, Japan.

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Goudket, P, Ma, L, Kalinin, A, Beard, C, Burt, G, Dexter, A, Y., H (ed.), T., T (ed.), J., U (ed.), Y., I (ed.) & A., N (ed.) 2020, 'Status of the crab cavity system development for the ILC: 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005', Paper presented at 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005, Kyoto, Japan, 17/10/05 - 21/10/05 pp. 191-193.

Goudket, P., Ma, L., Kalinin, A., Beard, C., Burt, G., Dexter, A., Y., H. (Ed.), T., T. (Ed.), J., U. (Ed.), Y., I. (Ed.), & A., N. (Ed.) (2020). *Status of the crab cavity system development for the ILC: 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005*. 191-193. Paper presented at 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005, Kyoto, Japan.

Goudket P, Ma L, Kalinin A, Beard C, Burt G, Dexter A et al.. Status of the crab cavity system development for the ILC: 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005. 2020. Paper presented at 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005, Kyoto, Japan.

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abstract = "The crab cavity project covers all aspects of the development of the crab cavity system for the ILC. Main issues are the phase control tolerances, which are very tight in order to achieve acceptable luminosity losses, integration into the beam delivery system, and extraction of undesirable modes from the cavity. Differential phase jitter is found to be the tightest phase control requirement (0.066° at 3.9GHz), and will require the development of a high precision control system. The integration of the cavity into the BDS should not pose any particular problems in the case of a 20mrad crossing angle solution, space constraints may present challenges for much smaller crossing angles. The cavity should be placed as close as possible to the final focusing doublet. The crab cavity should be superconducting in order to minimise phase noise. Extraction of the lower order mode is an issue that must be addressed. {\textcopyright} 2020 Proceedings of NANOBEAM 2005, 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop. All rights reserved.",

keywords = "Excitons, Extraction, Nanowires, Phase control, Beam delivery systems, Cavity system, Crossing angles, Differential phase, High precision control, Lower order mode, Space constraints, Two term control systems",

author = "P. Goudket and L. Ma and A. Kalinin and C. Beard and G. Burt and A. Dexter and Honda Y. and Tauchi T. and Urakawa J. and Iwashita Y. and Noda A.",

note = "Conference code: 156553 Export Date: 19 March 2020 References: (2004) First ILC Workshop, , http://lcdev.kek.jp/ILCWS/Talks/15ple-4-WG4_summary.pdf; Burt, G., (2005) Crab Cavity Errors, Crab Cavity Videoconference, , http://www.astec.ac.uk/rf/PDFs/crab/talk_02.pdf, April; Goudket, P., Burt, G., (2005) Snowmass Workshop, , http://alcpg2005.colorado.edu:8080/alcpg2005/program/accelerator/WG4/aug18_burt_Crabsnow.ppt; McAshan, M., Wanzenberg, R., (2001) RF Design of a Transverse Mode Cavity for Kaon Separation, , Fermilab-TM-2144 May; Bellantoni, L., (2005) Snowmass Workshop, , http://alcpg2005.colorado.edu:8080/alcpg2005/program/accelerator/WG4/aug18_CRAB_intro_bellantoni.pdf; Drozhdin, A., http://wwwproject.slac.stanford.edu/lc/bdir/Meetings/beamdelivery/2005-09-27/summary.htm; Liepe, M., Pushing, Q.L., (2005) Proc. ERL 2005 Workshop, , March; 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Nano Scale Beams, NANOBEAM 2005 ; Conference date: 17-10-2005 Through 21-10-2005",

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N2 - The crab cavity project covers all aspects of the development of the crab cavity system for the ILC. Main issues are the phase control tolerances, which are very tight in order to achieve acceptable luminosity losses, integration into the beam delivery system, and extraction of undesirable modes from the cavity. Differential phase jitter is found to be the tightest phase control requirement (0.066° at 3.9GHz), and will require the development of a high precision control system. The integration of the cavity into the BDS should not pose any particular problems in the case of a 20mrad crossing angle solution, space constraints may present challenges for much smaller crossing angles. The cavity should be placed as close as possible to the final focusing doublet. The crab cavity should be superconducting in order to minimise phase noise. Extraction of the lower order mode is an issue that must be addressed. © 2020 Proceedings of NANOBEAM 2005, 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop. All rights reserved.

AB - The crab cavity project covers all aspects of the development of the crab cavity system for the ILC. Main issues are the phase control tolerances, which are very tight in order to achieve acceptable luminosity losses, integration into the beam delivery system, and extraction of undesirable modes from the cavity. Differential phase jitter is found to be the tightest phase control requirement (0.066° at 3.9GHz), and will require the development of a high precision control system. The integration of the cavity into the BDS should not pose any particular problems in the case of a 20mrad crossing angle solution, space constraints may present challenges for much smaller crossing angles. The cavity should be placed as close as possible to the final focusing doublet. The crab cavity should be superconducting in order to minimise phase noise. Extraction of the lower order mode is an issue that must be addressed. © 2020 Proceedings of NANOBEAM 2005, 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop. All rights reserved.

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