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X-Band Relativistic BWO-RR With Controlled Microwave Pulse Duration

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Totmeninov, E.M. ; Inst. of High Current Electron., Tomsk, Russia ; Gunin, Alexander V. ; Klimov, A.I. ; Rostov, V.V.
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The effective 1-s batch of 100-Hz pulse repetition rate mode of an X-band relativistic backward-wave oscillator with a resonance reflector (RBWO-RR) was realized using the “SINUS” pulse-periodic nanosecond accelerator allowing mechanically installed high voltage pulse length of 13 and 42 ns. Magnetic held about of 2 T was produced by two-section solenoid to transport the electron beam along RBWO-RR electrodynamic system. T M01 to T E11 mode converter connected to the oscillator output allowed Gaussian radiation pattern. The microwave oscillator allowed producing the microwave pulse length of 4.7 and 29 ns. The energy of the microwave pulse measured by the X-band aperture calorimeter was 1.4 or 6.3 J corresponding to the mentioned above microwave pulse length of 4.7 or 29 ns, respectively. That allowed estimations of the microwave peak power as high as 280 ± 30 MW and 210 ± 20 MW related to the pulse lengths. The efficiency of the oscillator was 23-25%. A possibility of the microwave pulse length fine tuning within 25 to 34 ns range in the “long pulse mode” by changing the solenoid magnetic held conhguration was shown.

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

June 2012

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