|Title||The next generation of electron cyclotron emission imaging diagnostics (invited)|
|Publication Type||Conference Proceedings|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||P. Zhang, C.W. Domier, T. Liang, X. Kong, B. Tobias, Z. Shen, NC Luhmann, Jr., H. Park, I.G.J. Classen, M.J. van de Pol, A.JH Donne, R. Jaspers|
|Publisher||Amer Inst Physics|
|Keywords||cyclotron resonance, discharges (electric), microlenses, SPECTRA, time resolved, Tokamak devices|
A 128 channel two-dimensional electron cyclotron emission imaging system collects time-resolved 16x8 images of T-e profiles and fluctuations on the TEXTOR tokamak. Electron cyclotron emission imaging (ECEI) is undergoing significant changes which promise to revolutionize and extend its capabilities far beyond what has been achieved to date. These include the development of a minilens array configuration with increased sensitivity antennas, a new local oscillator pumping scheme, enhanced electron cyclotron resonance heating shielding, and a highly flexible optical design with vertical zoom capability. Horizontal zoom and spot size (rf bandwidth) capabilities are also being developed with new ECEI electronics. An interface module is under development to remotely control all key features of the new ECEI instrument, many of which can be changed during a plasma discharge for maximum flexibility.
|URL||<Go to ISI>://000260573500193|
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