Next linear collider test accelerator : conceptual design by Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

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I 000 z (crn) Figure 3: Normalized transverse emittance en vs. I --.. B. Rosenzweig UCLA Department of Physics October 18, 1993 What do we want for a TESLA-compatible electron injector? 2 8 nC of charge per bunch. 1 mm rms bunch length. pulses at 1MHz, 1percent duty cycle. Normalized emittances: E~ = I, E,, 5 50 mm-mrad. Can this be done with rf photocathode gun? First rule: Must have asymmetric emittances from the start of beam propagation (see theorem) - use asymmetric beams. charge dominated beam dynamics, rf design, laser and cathode design, etc.

Nagoya 457, Japan D e p a r i m e n i of Physics, Nagoya Universiiy, Nagoya 464, J a p a n D e p a r i m e n i of Electrical & Elecironics Engineering, Sophia University, Chiyoda-tu, T o k y o 102, Japan College o f Engineering, Universiiy of Osaka Prefecture, S a k a i 593, J a p a n T o y o i a Techuical I a s i i i d e , Nagoya 468, Japan Abstract In order to increase the quantum efficiency of the strained GaAs photocathode for the highly polarized electron source, we designed a new type photocathode with a distributed B r a g reflector (DBR).

How: Farm out thin (1oOnm) unstrained GaAs samples from a well characterized wafer to groups with 2% calibrated polarimeters. Have them measure P & QE at a given wavelength and temperature. Expect: 40 % < P < 50 % . , -. - 1993A new type photocathode for the polarized electron source with a distributed Bragg reflector Takashi S A K A Toshihiro KAT? 'csutsmu N A K A N I S W b, T S U B A T A b , - K a t s u d KISHINO-:, Hiromichi H O k N A K A Yoshihiro KAMIYA;i-Shoji O K U M I b, Chikako T A K A H A S H I b , Yasunori T A M M O T O b, Masafumi TAWADA b , Kazuaki T O GAWA b, Hideki AOYAGI b1 and Sliinsuke N A K A M U R A b2 -.

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