BPM System for Transport Channel Booster-Nuclotron at NICA Complex
BPM system for transport channel Booster–Nuclotron at NICA facility  is developing now at Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (BINP). The system consists of 6 electrostatic 2-coordinate BPMs and processing electronics. It is capable to measure ion beam trajectory after each shot. The electronics consists of Preamplifiers installed near BPMs and signal processing modules located in safe room. At present a prototype of BPM electronics is fabricated and tested. Software on base of TANGO is developing now for BPM system control.
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