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First we found strange low-frequency component in the BPM's signal. It could be came from the RF or we picking up some noise. When we started the actual calibration we noticed some phase jumps which was probably related to 'cooling problem' but around 4:00 AM these jumps disappears and we proceeded. We calibrated next BPM's:

  • QM16FF x and y
  • QM15FF x and y
  • QM14FF x and y
  • QM13FF x and y
  • QM12FF x and y
  • QM11FF x and y
  • QD10BFF x and y
  • QD10AFF x and y
  • QF9BFF x and y
  • QF9AFF x and y
  • QF8BFF x and y
  • QF8AFF x and y
  • QF7BFF x and y
  • QF7AFF x and y
  • QF6BFF x and y
  • QF6AFF x and y
  • QF5BFF x and y
  • QF5AFF x and y
  • QF4BFF x and y
  • QF4AFF x and y
  • QF3BFF x and y
  • QF3AFF x and y
  • QF2BFF x and y
  • QF2AFF x and y

The data and the screenshots are in atfsad:/home/atfopr/bpm_cali/20090205

Frequency mismatch example :

  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM16FF_high2_freq.jpg
  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM16FF_high_freq.jpg
  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM16FF_low2_freq.jpg
  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM16FF_low_freq.jpg
  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM16FF_right_freq.jpg

Position shift (step 100um) :

  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM16FF_position_shift_history_plot1.jpg
  • QBPM_2009_02_06_QM11FF_position_shift_history_plot2.jpg

Record of that moves :

  • lsis4:waveform4, lsis4:waveform5, lsis9:waveform1
  • QM11FF_2009_02_06_100um_step_move.dat
  • QM11FF_2009_02_06_100um_step_move_1.dat

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