PACKETIZED TELEMETRY INCREASES FEEDBACK SYSTEM RESPONSE TIME IN A HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS APPLICATION
AuthorWoolridge, Daniel “Shane”
AffiliationApogee Labs Inc.
Real Time Processing
Digital Feedback System
High Speed Data Acquisition
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AbstractA digital feedback system used to monitor and control a high energy electron beam’s orbit and stability in a VUV and X-ray storage ring will realize a 10 fold increase in the feedback system response time using packetized (IRIG 107-98) telemetry. The improvement in feedback time will provide a significant improvement in the level of orbit stability. This paper discusses the advantages of using a packetizing standard and high speed data acquisition as a cost effective way to support the scientific community in their real time processing needs.
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