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This paper presents results of development of a compact pulsed power high-voltage generators and high-current electron accelerators of the RADAN series. The basic high-voltage units of RADAN instruments are built around coaxial pulsed forming lines and efficient charging device represented by a Tesla transformer. The fields of applications in science and in practice are rather wide and include formation of nanosecond and subnanosecond voltage and ultrawideband RF pulses, high-power microwave generation, X-ray radiography, radiation physics, chemistry, and biology. The designed technique provided achievements of outstanding specific parameters of dense e-beams, microwaves, and ultrawideband pulses.