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The state of art of investigations of relativistic multiwave microwave generators
By: Khryapov, P.A.; Deichuli, M.P.; Slepkov, A.I.; Chernyavsky, I.A.; Bugaev, S.P.; Bastrikov, A.N.; Koshelev, V.I.; Pikunov, V.M.; Kanavets, V.I.; Zakharov, A.N.; Sukhushin, K.N.; Sochugov, N.S.; Lopatin, V.V.;
1992 / IEEE / 000-0-0000-0000-0
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' The state of art of investigations of relativistic multiwave microwave generators ' To carry out experimental investigations of multiwave microwave generators, new electron guns have been constructed and hollow electron beams with the power up to 100 GW and 15 GW have been obtained on the ""Gamma"" and ""Sinus-7M"" accelerators, respectively. A 3-cm wavelength range multiwave Cerenkov generator (MWCG) with a II-cm-diameter nanosecond electron beam has been studied in detail. First results of investigations of MWCG with a 35-cm-diameter beam have been obtained.
Microwave Theory And Techniques
Size 3 Cm
Nanosecond Electron Beam
Wavelength Range Multiwave Cerenkov Generator
Hollow Electron Beams
Relativistic Multiwave Microwave Generators
Size 35 Cm