Koji, Riju, Elli
This morning Koji discovered that the 55MHz input into the RF combiner that I disconnected yesterday wasn't terminated properly, so it was reflecting power back into the amplifier in the signal generation unit. We turned off the signal generation unit and checked that the amplifier was still working properly- it was. A 50 ohm terminator was attached to the end of the 55MHz cable so that it is now terminated properly.
When we tried to turn the signal generator box back on we discovered the switch is broken (the box will only stay on while you hold down the on switch) and will need to be replaced. In order to create the 29.5MHz sidebands to lock the mode cleaner, we bypassed the signal generation unit which won't stay on (unplugging '29.5 MHZ out' cable from the frequency generation unit), and instead sent a 0.39V 29.5MHz signal from a function generatior into 'RF input' on the 'RF AM Stabiliser' board.
We also increased the power coming exiting the PSL table and going into the cavity from 11 microwatts to 20 microwatts by adjusting the polariser at the end of the table slightly. The power has been set to 20 microwatts using the polariser a few days ago but had drifted down since then.