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High voltage pulsers are required to drive fast kicker magnets which will inject and extract beam to and from the ALS-U storage ring. This inductive voltage adder with MOSFET's produces fast rise and fall times on the voltage pulses that are required so that only the target bunches are deflected.

Advanced Light Source (ALS), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA

ALS-U is a planned upgrade of the Advanced Light Source (ALS) at Berkeley Lab that will provide revolutionary x-ray capabilities. The ALS has been a global leader in soft x-ray science for more than two decades. Recent accelerator physics breakthroughs now enable the production of highly focused beams of soft x-ray light that are up to 1000 times brighter than that of the existing ALS. Applying this technology at the ALS will help us to better understand and develop the new materials and chemical systems needed to advance our energy, economic, and national security needs in the 21st century, securing the United States’ world scientific leadership for decades to come.