The beam-controlled frequency-correction system of the bevatron
Harry G. Heard, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1959 - Science - 19 pages
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amplifier High-level video analog signal automatic tracking beam intensity Beam-Control Equipment BEAM-CONTROLLED FREQUENCY-CORRECTION SYSTEM beam-derived beam-induction electrodes beam-position BEVATRON Harry biased blocking oscillator capacitor modulator coincidence gate collector current control the radial current gain dc-coupled demodulator mixer demodulator-mixer Differential Amplifier diode switch electrode Low-level wide-band electronic circuit electronic circuitry emitter followers emitter-coupled amplifier feedback-stabilized dc-differential amplifier frequency-correcting signal function germanium transistors Harry G Heard Lawrence Radiation heat sink High-level video amplifier impedance input conductance latch-type bistable multivibrator Lawrence Radiation Laboratory line driver Low-level wide-band amplifier magnet aperture Magnet On trigger Mark II TRITEC Output Voltage over-all circuit complexity permissive time-delay multivibrator position discriminator power supplies power-supply voltages printed-circuit cabinet proton beam proton-beam energies pulse amplifiers radial-position discriminator RESET residual signal saturable reactor saturation current saturation program signal compares signal sources Simplified schematic summing amplifier switch driver system stability tracking oscillator tracking system tracking-error signal trigger derived TRITEC analog computer voltage induced