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Initial Results from Experiments with a Reflex Triode Powered by a Marx Generator

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6 Author(s)
Hurtig, T. ; Weapons & Protection Div., Swedish Defence Res. Agency, Tumba ; Nylander, C. ; Appelgren, P. ; Elfsberg, M.
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The reflex triode is a device used for the generation of high-power microwave (HPM) radiation. This study presents an experimental investigation of a reflex triode, powered by a 400 kV Marx generator, and also gives a comparison between theoretically and experimentally obtained scaling laws. The experimentally determined dominating frequency from the reflex triode with different anode-cathode gaps agree qualitatively well with the theoretical expression, but in general the experimental frequency is lower.

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Pulsed Power Conference, 2005 IEEE

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13-17 June 2005