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PHIL Accelerator at LAL - Diagnostic status

Abstract : The "Photo-Injector at LAL" (PHIL : http://phil.lal.in2p3.fr/) is a new electron beam accelerator at LAL. This accelerator is dedicated to test and characterise electron photo-guns and high-frequency structures for future accelerator projects (like the next generation lepton colliders, CLIC, ILC). This machine has been designed to produce low energy (E<10 MeV), small emittance (epsilon < 10 pi.mm.mrad), high current (charge 2 nC/bunch) electrons bunch at low repetition frequency (frep<10Hz) [1]. The first beam has been obtained on the 4th of November 2009. This paper will describe the current status and the futures developments of the diagnostics devices on this machine.
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J. Brossard, F. Blot, S. Cavalier, A. Gonnin, M. Joré, et al.. PHIL Accelerator at LAL - Diagnostic status. 2010 Beam Instrumentation Workshop (BIW'10), May 2010, Santa Fe, United States. pp.446-448. ⟨in2p3-00643766⟩

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