S. Ramberger, G. DeMichele, M. Jarosz, J. Borkowski, P. Tirado

DTL

  • Copper-made post-couplers cut to the lengths found in the tilt sensitivity measurement with the brass-made PCs
  • The DTL prototype has been opened to install the helicoflex joints in the last three DTs (before there were O-ring gaskets). A documentation on how to install and remove the DTs is going to be written by Jean-Michel
  • Installation of the fake end-walls for the vacuum test

Bead-Pulling Program

  • User's Guide ready. Documentation still in preparation

Power Splitter - Magic T

  • symmetric power splitter (50/50) can be achieved with 19mm vertical shift of the central post and 5mm decreasing in the height.
  • Asymmetric power splitter (55/45) can be achieved with 19mm shift in the horizontal plane and nominal height of the central post.
  • Asymmetric power splitter (54/46) can be achieved with 31.4 degrees angle (height to be defined by optimizing the S-matrix)
  • Asymmetric power splitter (53/47) can be achieved with 50.8 degrees angle (height to be defined by optimizing the S-matrix)
  • Asymmetric power splitter (52/48) can be achieved with 65.1 degrees angle (height to be defined by optimizing the S-matrix)
  • N.B. the angle starts from the horizontal axis towards the clockwise direction. Documentation in preparation.

-- GiovanniDeMichele - 2009-09-21

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