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  1. Electron Optics for 4 MeV Ultrafast Electron Microscope

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 06a

    Electron microscopes with very high temporal and spatial resolution are required for a variety of applications. Realization of Ultrafast Electron Microscopes requires simulation codes that can accurately calculate high space charge electron bunch formation and propagation. Calabazas Creek Research Inc. in collaboration with Northern Illinois University proposes to develop an advanced Ultrafast El ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of Energy
  2. High Efficiency Klystrons for Accelerator Applications

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 24d

    Klystrons are the most commonly used RF sources for high energy accelerators. Their efficiency significantly impacts the acquisition and operating cost of accelerator systems. Higher efficiency RF sources are required to reduce the cost for future accelerators and colliders. Calabazas Creek Research Inc. in collaboration with SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory proposes to develop a method for op ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 Department of Energy
  3. Klystron Fabrication Using Additive Manufacturing

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 24c

    The cost of high power RF sources exceeds available funding for several large accelerator systems. The ILC, for example, will require more than 700 multiple beam klystrons. The complexity of the klystron currently requires hundreds of individually machined parts, in addition to tens of bonding processes. The high cost is preventing construction of new accelerator systems. Calabazas Creek Research ...

    STTR Phase I 2017 Department of Energy
  4. Spatially-Distributed Electron Beam Technology for Millimeter-Wave Amplifiers

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: N151039

    This program is developing a multiple beam electron gun and magnetic focusing systems for a Ka-Band traveling wave tube (TWT) being developed by the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). If successful, the program will improve the power density of the RF source more than a factor of five over existing technology. The electron gun will generate a 2 X 6 or 2 X 8 array of electron beams that will transfer ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Development of X-Ray FEL Oscillators with Higher Out-Coupling Efficiency

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 07a

    Improved extraction efficiency is required for x-ray free electron lasers (XFELs), as current out- coupling efficiencies are approximately 4%- The current technique used in XFELs is based on SASE which is inherently noisy with large shot-to-shot variations in output power and spectrum- Calabazas Creek Research Inc- proposes to develop advanced XFEL oscillator designs with high out-coupling efficie ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Energy
  6. High Efficiency Klystrons for Accelerator Applications

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 24d

    Klystrons are the most commonly used RF sources for high energy accelerators. Their efficiency significantly impacts the acquisition and operating cost of accelerator systems. Higher efficiency RF sources are required to reduce the cost for future accelerators and colliders. Calabazas Creek Research Inc., in collaboration with SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, is developing a method for optimi ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 Department of Energy
  7. Multiple Beam Power Grid Tubes for High Frequency and High Power Operation

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 24c

    There are no compact, high-power, high-efficiency RF sources in the 300 – 650 MHz frequency range for ion and proton accelerators and colliders. Inductive output tubes are unable to provide the power levels required, and klystrons are extremely large and expensive in this frequency range. Calabazas Creek Research Inc. is proposing to develop multiple beam, gridded tubes to produce high power RF ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Energy
  8. Direct Coupled Gyrotrons for Plasma Heating

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 21b

    Current high power gyrotrons for plasma heating use an internal launcher and multiple mirrors to generate a Gaussian output beam that exits the tube through a large diamond window. A Mirror Optical Unit (MOU) external to the gyrotron is required to transition the Gaussian beam into an HE11 mode in corrugated waveguide for transmission to tokamaks. The internal mirrors and large diamond window cost ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Energy
  9. High-Efficiency, High Average Power Inductive Output Tubes

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 27b

    Better RF sources are required for ion and proton accelerators and colliders. Only klystrons are currently available; however, they are very large and expensive at frequencies below 1 GHz. Smaller, less expensive, and higher efficiency sources are required for new programs. Inductive output tubes operate in this frequency range, but they cannot provide sufficient power because of grid fabrication ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Energy
  10. Additive Manufactured RF Load for ITER

    SBC: CALABAZAS CREEK RESEARCH, INC.            Topic: 24b

    High power RF loads are required to dissipate the power from gyrotrons used for heating fusion plasmas. The ITER facility, currently under construction in France, will require twenty four loads in its initial phase with and additional twenty four required for a future upgrade. High power RF loads are also required at other facilities under construction or planned. The current cost is very high due ...

    SBIR Phase I 2019 Department of Energy
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