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Three‐Level Solid State Maser

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Bergmann, Saul M. ; Laboratory for Electronics, Boston, Massachusetts

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The maximum values of the real and imaginary components of the paramagnetic susceptibility of a three‐level solid state maser are calculated. For the case of K3Co(CN)6 paramagnetic salt with 0.5% Cr, the values χmax′=2.5×10-4 and χmax″=5×10-4 are obtained. General expressions for the gain and band width of a traveling wave maser are given. An analogy is brought up between the quality factor Q per unit length of wave guide in the traveling wave maser and the Q in the cavity maser.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 1 )