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<center><big>'''Welcome to the UITF Operations Wiki!'''</big></center><br>
 
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The Upgraded Injector Test Facility (or UITF) is located within the North-West side of the Test Lab (Bldg. 58), and exists to provide a robust proving ground for a variety of accelerator technologies as well as providing a venue in which to perform low energy physics experiments.  
 
The Upgraded Injector Test Facility (or UITF) is located within the North-West side of the Test Lab (Bldg. 58), and exists to provide a robust proving ground for a variety of accelerator technologies as well as providing a venue in which to perform low energy physics experiments.  
 
'''Sign up to [https://mailman.jlab.org/mailman/listinfo/uitf this mailing list] to receive and share information within the UITF community.'''<br>
 
 
 
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'''Sign up to [https://mailman.jlab.org/mailman/listinfo/uitf this mailing list] to receive and share information within the UITF community.'''
 
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Revision as of 13:18, 8 April 2021

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Documentation

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Welcome to the UITF Operations Wiki!

The Upgraded Injector Test Facility (or UITF) is located within the North-West side of the Test Lab (Bldg. 58), and exists to provide a robust proving ground for a variety of accelerator technologies as well as providing a venue in which to perform low energy physics experiments.


Communication Web Sites Documentation
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Sign up to this mailing list to receive and share information within the UITF community.