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Traditional and novel vacuum electron devices
By: Pobedonostsev, A.S.; Zaitsev, S.A.; Korolev, A.N.; Kargin, A.N.; Homich, V.B.; Poognin, V.I.; Golenitskij, I.I.; Negirev, A.A.; Gelvich, E.A.; Meleshkevich, P.M.; Lopin, M.I.; Zakurdayev, A.D.; Zhary, Y.V.;
2001 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Traditional and novel vacuum electron devices ' This paper describes some vacuum devices - including conventional and unique multibeam O-type amplifiers and oscillators in the microwave, millimeter wave, and submillimeter wavelength regions of the spectrum, and miniature injection locked M-type amplifiers. Main parameters and operational characteristics are presented. The paper includes a description of synthesis software, which uses ""trained"" analytical expressions. These codes enable the optimum electrical design and device geometry to be expeditiously determined during the first phase of development.
Millimeter Wave Region
Submillimeter Wave Tubes
Electrical Design Optimization
Injection Locked M-type Amplifier
Multibeam O-type Oscillator
Multibeam O-type Amplifier
Vacuum Electron Device
Submillimeter Wave Region
Millimetre Wave Tubes
Submillimetre Wave Tubes
Components, Circuits, Devices And Systems
Engineered Materials, Dielectrics And Plasmas