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Special complex open-cavity and low-magnetic-field high-power gyrotron

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6 Author(s)
Hezhong Guo ; Inst. of Electron. Academia Sinica, China ; Wu, D.S. ; Liu, G. ; Miao, Y.H.
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A theory is proposed for the special complex cavity; it is in the form of a single resonant circuit having a TE0n&lrarr2;TE0,n+p mode converter and it features excellent mode selectivity, high power capability, and an asymmetric triangle profile of the RF field that is favourable to efficient operation for a 35-GHz second-harmonic gyromonotron employing this complex cavity with TE03 mode output are numerically illustrated and experimentally demonstrated. Power as high as 200 kW and efficiency as high as 30% have been obtained. These experimental results are record values for a gyrotron operating at the second-harmonic millimeter wavelength. Implications of the single-resonant complex cavity for the fundamental harmonic and third-harmonic high-average-power gyrotron design are discussed

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 1990

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