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Commissioning of the mice RF SYSTEM

Moss, A. and Wheelhouse, A. and Stanley, T. and White, C. and Ronald, K. and Whyte, C. G. and Dick, A. J. and Speirs, D. C. and Alsari, S. (2014) Commissioning of the mice RF SYSTEM. In: IPAC 2014. CERN Publishing, Geneva, pp. 2297-2299. ISBN 9783954501328

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    The Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment (MICE) is being constructed at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in the UK. The muon beam will be cooled using multiple hydrogen absorbers then reaccelerated using an RF cavity system operating at 201MHz. This paper describes recent progress in commissioning the amplifier systems at their design operation conditions, installation and operation as part of the MICE project.