Design of a linear induction accelerator module for a hybrid antenna-amplifier, a compact controllable high-power microwave source

A. S. Shlapakovski, I. I. Vintizenko

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Abstract

The system called hybrid antenna-amplifier has been recently proposed [1] as a combination of a surface wave antenna and a traveling wave tube. In this system, a microwave signal feeding a circular rod antenna would simultaneously serve as the TWT rf drive. The key feature of the concept making the device compact for a high power radiator is that an antenna feed waveguide serves, at the same time, as a cathode holder of a high voltage generator producing a relativistic electron beam. This is possible if a beam is generated by a compact module of linear induction accelerator. In this work, the possible design of the LIA module for the antenna-amplifier is considered. It is based on the scheme with multi-channel spark gap switching being developed for many years at the NPI. Compactness of the system is provided by using strip pulse forming lines wounded around the induction system. The spark gap triggering circuit allows one to synchronize the LIA with a pulsed powerful X-band magnetron to be used as the external rf source. At the accelerator operating parameters required for the antenna-amplifier (250-300 kV, 1.0-1.5 kA) and the power supply providing the rep-rate of up to 50 pps. the LIA dimensions along with the power supply turn out to be about 60 cm diameter and WO cm length (plus 30-40 cm for the rod structure), and the weight estimation is no more than 500 kg.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEEE Conference Record of Power Modulator Symposium
EditorsL. Gordon
Pages510-512
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2002
EventConference Record of the Twenty-Fifth International Power Modulator Symposium and 2002 High-Voltage Workshop - Hollywood, CA, United States
Duration: 30 Jun 20023 Jul 2002

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OtherConference Record of the Twenty-Fifth International Power Modulator Symposium and 2002 High-Voltage Workshop
CountryUnited States
CityHollywood, CA
Period30.6.023.7.02

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Particle accelerators
Microwaves
Antennas
Electric sparks
Traveling wave tubes
Antenna feeders
Radiators
Hybrid systems
Surface waves
Electron beams
Waveguides
Cathodes
Networks (circuits)
Electric potential

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  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Shlapakovski, A. S., & Vintizenko, I. I. (2002). Design of a linear induction accelerator module for a hybrid antenna-amplifier, a compact controllable high-power microwave source. In L. Gordon (Ed.), IEEE Conference Record of Power Modulator Symposium (pp. 510-512)

Design of a linear induction accelerator module for a hybrid antenna-amplifier, a compact controllable high-power microwave source. / Shlapakovski, A. S.; Vintizenko, I. I.

IEEE Conference Record of Power Modulator Symposium. ed. / L. Gordon. 2002. p. 510-512.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Shlapakovski, AS & Vintizenko, II 2002, Design of a linear induction accelerator module for a hybrid antenna-amplifier, a compact controllable high-power microwave source. in L Gordon (ed.), IEEE Conference Record of Power Modulator Symposium. pp. 510-512, Conference Record of the Twenty-Fifth International Power Modulator Symposium and 2002 High-Voltage Workshop, Hollywood, CA, United States, 30.6.02.
Shlapakovski AS, Vintizenko II. Design of a linear induction accelerator module for a hybrid antenna-amplifier, a compact controllable high-power microwave source. In Gordon L, editor, IEEE Conference Record of Power Modulator Symposium. 2002. p. 510-512
Shlapakovski, A. S. ; Vintizenko, I. I. / Design of a linear induction accelerator module for a hybrid antenna-amplifier, a compact controllable high-power microwave source. IEEE Conference Record of Power Modulator Symposium. editor / L. Gordon. 2002. pp. 510-512
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