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The new generation of high-power multiple-beam klystrons
By: Poognin, V.I.; Pobedonostsev, A.S.; Zakurdayev, A.D.; Zhary, Y.V.; Borisov, L.M.; Gelvich, E.A.;
1993 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' The new generation of high-power multiple-beam klystrons ' A number of drawbacks of single-beam transit klystrons (i.e. narrow band, high voltages, high weight) limit their use in some applications. Multiple-beam klystrons, operating in the fundamental resonator mode, offer the possibility of dramatic improvements in performance. The advantages of multiple-beam klystrons with regard to power supply voltages, weight, and bandwidth are described. Characteristics of production prototypes are also presented.<
Power Supply Voltages
Fundamental Resonator Mode
High Power Klystrons
Fields, Waves And Electromagnetics
Improvements In Performance