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Development of a high-power klystron for the Spallation Neutron Source

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6 Author(s)
Hargreaves, T.A. ; Litton Electron Devices Div., San Carlos, CA, USA ; Kirshner, M.F. ; Hansen, R.J. ; Misaki, Y.
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Summary form only given. The Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) will provide an intense beam of neutrons for scattering experiments. The SNS will be comprised of an ion source, a 1 GeV H/sup -/ linear accelerator, an accumulator ring, a target for neutron production, and an area for the scattering experiments. It is anticipated that anywhere from 36 high-power klystrons up to 160 lower-power klystrons operating at 805 MHz will be required, depending on the final design. In addition, 7-8 klystrons operating at 402.5 MHz will be required. Characteristics of the 805 MHz klystron are given.

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Vacuum Electronics Conference, 2000. Abstracts. International

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2-4 May 2000