Bongers, W. A.3; Kasparek, W.4; Doelman, N.5; van den Braber, R.5; van den Brand, H.6; Meo, Fernando1; de Baar, M. R.6; Amerongen, F. J.3; Donne, A. J. H.3; Elzendoorn, B. S. Q.3; Erckmann, V.7; Goede, A. P. H.3; Giannone, L.4; Grünwald, G.7; Hollman, F.7; Kaas, G.3; Krijger, B.3; Michel, G.7; Lubyako, L.8; Monaco, F.7; Noke, F.7; Petelin, M.8; Plaum, B.4; Purps, F.7; ten Pierik, J. G. W.3; Schüller, C.3; Slob, J. W.3; Stober, J. K.7; Schütz, H.7; Wagner, D.7; Westerhof, E.3; Ronden, D. M. S.3
1 Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark2 Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy, Department of Physics, Technical University of Denmark3 FOM Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research4 University of Suttgart5 TNO Technical Sciences6 Eindhoven University of Technology7 Max Planck Institute8 Russian Academy of Sciences
A CW capable inline electron cyclotron emission (ECE) separation system for feedback control, featuring oversized corrugated waveguides, is commissioned on ASDEX upgrade (AUG). The system is based on a combination of a polarization independent, non-resonant, Mach-Zehnder diplexer equipped with dielectric plate beam splitters [2, 3] employed as corrugated oversized waveguide filter, and a resonant Fast Directional Switch, FADIS [4, 5, 6, 7] as ECE/ECCD separation system. This paper presents an overview of the system, the low power characterisation tests and first high power commissioning on AUG.
E P J Web of Conferences, 2012, Vol 32
Main Research Area:
17th Joint Workshop on Electron Cyclotron Emission and Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating, 2012