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Approach to Spectral Measurements of a Millimeter-Wave-Band Relativistic Magnetron

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4 Author(s)
Maksymov, I.S. ; Dept. of Electron. Eng., Kharkov Nat. Univ. of Radio Electron., Kharkov, Ukraine ; Magda, I.I. ; Ustyantsev, M.A. ; Churyumov, G.I.

Rigorous 3-D finite-difference time-domain computer simulations are used to investigate the electromagnetic characteristics of the diffraction output of a millimeter (mm)-wave-band relativistic magnetron. In the simulations, the diffraction output is outfitted with a dielectric grating that can be tuned in either reflection or transmission mode at definite operation wavelengths. This grating acts as a tunable filter of high-power oscillations generated by the magnetron and is similar to gratings widely used in optics to control ultrashort power optical pulses. Specifically, computer simulations establish a relation between the generation wavelength of the magnetron and the configuration of the grating, as well as predict that the grating provides the field reduction of up to -40 dB. The application of the grating suggests an approach to spectral measurements of mm-wave-band relativistic magnetrons with a measurement accuracy of better than 0.3 mm. The implementation of the approach solves a series of engineering and metrological problems arising during spectral measurements of a variety of high-power vacuum microwave devices.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 2010

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