Fermilab Linac Slide Show Description

Here is a description of all the pictures you see in the slide show on the Linac home page.

ImageBrief description
Two of our "little Klystrons." These 200 kilowatt 805 MHz amplifiers provide the power for the first two small cavities in the 805 MHz part of the Linac. These cavities rotate the beam bunches in longitudinal phase space so they fit into the smaller 805 MHz bunches.
This is one of our 7835 triode vacuum tubes that provide the 4.5 megawatts of 201 MHz power for the first half of our Linac.
This is a big, 12 MW klystron, in its socket, providing power for one of the accelerating cavities in the 805 MHz segment of our Linac.
This on one of oour 7835 amplifiers in its socket, providing power for one of the cavities in the 201 MHz segment of our linac.
This scope shows the traces of the forward and reverse power from one of our 201 MHz accelerating cavities.
This is the 201 MHz segment of our Linac, looking upstream from the brdge at NTF. The NTF 58-degree magnet is the orange device in the foreground.
This is Tank 5 of the 201 MHz segment, and the 805 MHz segment in the distance.
Same as above, slightly different angle.
Our 805 MHz segment. The copper module in the front of this image is Module 1 of 7.
Our 805 MHz segment, looking upstream from the 401 MeV area. The copper module in the foreground is Module 7.
Same as above, higher perspective. The grey box in the foreground is the chopper.

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Elliott McCrory
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