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Observations of Phase Locking in a Single-Cavity Gyrotron Oscillator

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Observations of phase locking in a single-cavity gyrotron oscillator operating at 35 GHz are reported. Injection of the locking power was made via a circulator into the gyrotron output guide. Locking was observed with input power levels as low as 35 dB below the gyrotron power. For low input powers, good agreement is found with theory based on lumped-element circuit modeling and a new distributed oscillator model.

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IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 6 )