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Super high power pulsed klystrons and multifrequency microwave electrovacuum devices. Obtained performances, prospects of development

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The state of development of super high power klystrons is considered. It is shown that high power levels are achieved at the account of high anode voltages (200-500 kV). Proposed is the principle of obtaining super high pulsed powers with significantly reduced anode voltages thanks to placing single or multibeam klystrons with the magnetron gun in a common focusing solenoide with a uniform magnetic field as well as combining their output powers.

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Actual Problems of Electron Devices Engineering (APEDE), 2012 International Conference on

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19-20 Sept. 2012