New design concepts for ferrite-tuned low-energy-booster cavities

G. Schaffer
Conference Record of the 1991 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference  
The design concepts for ferrite-tuned accelerating cavities discussed in this paper differ from conventional solutions using thick ferrite toroids for frequency tuning. Instead, tuners consisting of an array of ferrite-loaded striplines are investigated. These promise more efficient cooling and higher operational reliability. Layout examples for the SSC-LEB rf system are presented (tuning range 47.5 to 59.8 MHz, repetition frequency 10 Hz).
doi:10.1109/pac.1991.164428 fatcat:tnilwqldwvcijm22dmmoowkt4y