Yokoi, T., Cobb, J., Peach, K., Sheehy, S., Witte, H., Aslaninejad, M., Pasternak, J., Pozimski, J.K., Barlow, Roger, Tygier, S.C., Vojnovic, B., Beard, C., McIntosh, P.A., Smith, S., Fenning, R, Gardner, I., Kelliher, D., Machida, S., Chilton, C. and Seviour, Rebecca (2009) Pamela: development of the RF system for a non-relativistic non-scaling FFAG. In: Proceedings of the 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference 4 – 8 May 2009 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. JACoW, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 2009-2011.

The PAMELA project(Particle Accelerator For MEdical
Applications) currently consists of the design of a particle
therapy facility. The project, which is in the design phase,
contains Non-Scaling FFAG, particle accelerator capable
of rapid beam acceleration, giving a pulse repetition rate of
1kHz, far beyond that of a conventional synchrotron. To
realise the repetition rate, a key component of the accelerator
is the rf accelerating system. The combination of a high
energy gain per turn and a high repetition rate is a significant
challenge. In this paper, options for the rf system of
the proton ring and the status of development are presented.

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