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HPM generation by use of resonant relativistic BWO driven by compact inductive energy storage
By: Petrov, V.Yu.; Nesterov, E.V.; Mesyats, G.A.; Korovin, S.D.; Gorbachev, K.V.; Bezrukov, M.Yu.; Plaksina, S.D.; Chernykh, E.V.; Sukhov, M.Yu.; Fortov, V.E.; Stroganov, V.A.; Roschupkin, S.A.; Polevin, S.D.;
2004 / IEEE / 966-7968-69-3
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' HPM generation by use of resonant relativistic BWO driven by compact inductive energy storage ' The paper describes the installation and experimental results of high-power microwave generation by a resonant relativistic BWO (3.6 GHz, TM/sub 01/) (Kitsanov, S.A. et al., Proc. 14th Int. Conf. on High Power Particle Beams, p.255-8, 2002) driven by a high-voltage generator based on inductive storage (cable line) and an electro-explosive opening switch. As a primary source, either capacitive storage (surge current generator) or magnetic cumulative generator (MCG) was used. For a cathode voltage of 700 kV and diode current of 9 kA, the peak microwave power reached about 0.5 GW and pulse duration was about 50 ns.
Electro-explosive Opening Switch
Surge Current Generator
Magnetic Cumulative Generator
High Voltage Pulse Generation
High Power Microwave Generation
High-voltage Generator Based
Compact Inductive Energy Storage
High-power Microwave Generation
Inductive Energy Storage
Relativistic Electron Beam Tubes
Backward Wave Oscillators
Resonant Relativistic Bwo