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Electronic Conductivity of Intermediate Triode-Klystron Resonator

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3 Author(s)
Fedyaev, V.K. ; Ryazan State Radio Eng. Univ. ; Illarionov, Yu.L. ; Pashkov, A.A.

The electronic conductivity of the intermediate resonator of the triode-klystron driven by sequence of bunches, acting of a triode part of the device in a mode with a cut-off of a cathodic current has been investigated. It was shown that electronic conductivity as against a case of a homogeneous beam essentially depends from a phase variable voltage at which bunches go to gap, or from shift of phases between a voltage and a first harmonic of the induced current, and also from amplitude of a variable voltage. Schedules for definition of electronic conductivity are instanced at a detuning of the resonator aside high frequencies that is necessary for grouping a bunch

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Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering, International Conference on

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20-21 Sept. 2006

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