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Experimental Investigation of Giga-watt Magnetically Insulated Transmission Line Oscillator (MILO) by Improved Axial Power Extraction

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8 Author(s)
D. H. Kim ; School of Physics, Seoul National University, Seoul, KOREA, 151-747 ; H. C. Jung ; S. H. Min ; M. C. Wang
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Experimental works on magnetically insulated transmission line oscillator (MILO) have been carried out for generation of microwave with the GW power level. An efficient power extraction is achieved by employing a new coupling structure designed by the matching condition of phase velocities between the interaction circuit and output circuit As a first experiment, a MILO composed of 6-uniform cavities and single coupling cavity is chosen. The measured output power of 1.8GW shows a reasonable agreement with the simulated one of 2.1GW. The measured efficiency is about 11%. In this experiment, 500kV-36kA pulsed electron beam with the pulse duration of 150nsec is generated by SEBA (Seoul National University's electron beam accelerator)

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2006 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference held Jointly with 2006 IEEE International Vacuum Electron Sources

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