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Pulser Component Design for Proper Magnetron Operation

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To obtain proper magnetron operation in a specified mode and reasonable life, it is necessary to control the rate that the applied voltage passes through the range within which magnetron oscillations can build up, and to control the amount of current available for this build-up. A method will be suggested for determining the required pulseforming network and pulse transformer characteristics, using appropriate equivalent circuits to represent the network, the transformer, and the nonconducting magnetron. Studies based on this method indicate that, by proper choice of network and transformer characteristics, it should be possible to operate most types of magnetrons successfully without the use of despiking circuits.

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Component Parts, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 1 )