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Paper   IPM / ILSF / 16798
  Title:   Analysis of de-noising methods to improve the precision of the ILSF BPM electronic readout system
1.  M. Shafiee
2.  S.A.H. Feghhi
3.  J. Rahighi
  Status:   Published
  Journal: Journal of Instrumentation
  Year:  2016
  Supported by:  IPM
In order to have optimum operation and precise control system at particle accelerators, it is required to measure the beam position with the precision of sub-μm. We developed a BPM electronic readout system at Iranian Light Source Facility and it has been experimentally tested at ALBA accelerator facility. The results show the precision of 0.54 μm in beam position measurements. To improve the precision of this beam position monitoring system to sub-μm level, we have studied different de-noising methods such as principal component analysis, wavelet transforms, filtering by FIR, and direct averaging method. An evaluation of the noise reduction was given to testify the ability of these methods. The results show that the noise reduction based on Daubechies wavelet transform is better than other algorithms, and the method is suitable for signal noise reduction in beam position monitoring system.

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