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Experimental coupling efficiency of shaping mirrors matching a 168-GHz gyrotron output wave to the HE11 mode

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12 Author(s)
Hirata, Y. ; Toshiba Power & Ind. Syst. Res. & Dev. Center, Kawaski, Japan ; Komuro, M. ; Mitsunaka, Yoshika ; Hayashi, K.
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This paper presents an experiment in which the phase- and amplitude-flattened output of a 168 GHz gyrotron was converted into the HE11 mode, the basic transmitting mode in corrugated waveguides, by means of an external matching box (MBOX) comprising two curved-surface mirrors. In estimating the coupling efficiency between the gyrotron output wave and the HE11 mode, an improved method was proposed in which the reconstructed phase of the gyrotron output wave at four distances are averaged. From the phase reconstruction with averaging, it was found that 76% of the gyrotron output coupled into the HE11 mode in a corrugated waveguide, while a coupling efficiency of 85% was calculated for an ideal gyrotron output. A detailed discussion on the MBOX performance as well as the accuracy of phase reconstruction shows that this low coupling efficiency is due to the nonideality of the actual gyrotron output and that designing the MBOX mirrors based on the actual measurement at the gyrotron window can improve the coupling efficiency

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 8 )

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Aug 1999

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