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Powerful wideband amplifier based on hybrid plasma-cavity slow-wave structure

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5 Author(s)
Zavjalov, M.A. ; All-Russian Electrotech. Inst., Moscow, Russia ; Mitin, L.A. ; Perevodchicov, V.I. ; Tskhai, V.N.
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A powerful beam-plasma amplifier operating under continuous conditions is described. The amplifier is designed on new principles using hybrid plasma-cavity electrodynamic structures. The theory and foundation for calculating slow-wave structures having a plasma filled propagation channel, and the interaction of an electron beam with a hybrid plasma-cavity system, are considered. Considerably increased power of microwave radiation and expansion of the operating pass-band is shown to result when the propagation channel is filled with plasma. The use of new principles makes it possible to create an amplifier with an efficiency and 3 dB operating band width higher than those attained in vacuum devices

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 1994

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