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On features of Smith-Purcell radiation resonant regimes in relativistic diffraction generator
2009 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-4874-6
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' On features of Smith-Purcell radiation resonant regimes in relativistic diffraction generator ' The relativistic diffraction generators (RDG) are classified among the most promising sources for generation of long-pulsed high power coherent microwave radiation in the centimeter and millimeter wavelengths range. The operation of this type of microwave generators is based on Smith-Purcell radiation phenomenon. The numerical studies of the multiwave mechanisms of interaction between tubular electron beam and fields of super-dimensional axisymmetric periodical slow-wave structures (SWS) of corrugated waveguide in relativistic diffraction generator in the frequency range of 2�-type oscillations are presented in this report.
Smith-purcell Radiation Resonant
Relativistic Diffraction Generator
Long-pulsed High Coherent Microwave Radiation
Millimeter Wavelengths Range
Tubular Electron Beam
Super-dimensional Axisymmetric Periodical Slow-wave Structures
Transmission Line Matrix Methods
Slow Wave Structures
Centimeter Wavelengths Range