Inverted coaxial relativistic magnetron for the 3-centimeter wave band

I. I. Vintizenko, A. S. Sulakshin, G. P. Fomenko, L. F. Chernogalova

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This paper presents the first results of experimetal studies of inverted coaxial relativistic magnetrons (ICRM) for the 3-centimeter wave band using voltage pulses of microsecond duration. The anode unit of the test magnetron contained N = 48 resonators, connected through single coupling slots to the internal cylindrical stabilizing resonator. The construction of the device is shown. The dispersion equation of the entire coupled system of the ICRM was obtained by a series joining of the admittances at the boundaries of the interaction space, the resonators of the slow wave structure, the coupling slots and the stabilizing resonator. The dispersion equation was solved by a numerical method, with the roots of the equation being determined within an accuracy of 10-5, and ±7 harmonics were taken into consideration in the interaction space and the stabilizing resonator.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)133-135
Number of pages3
JournalSoviet journal of communications technology & electronics
Volume35
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 1990

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Inverted coaxial relativistic magnetron for the 3-centimeter wave band. / Vintizenko, I. I.; Sulakshin, A. S.; Fomenko, G. P.; Chernogalova, L. F.

In: Soviet journal of communications technology & electronics, Vol. 35, No. 10, 1990, p. 133-135.

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Vintizenko, I. I. ; Sulakshin, A. S. ; Fomenko, G. P. ; Chernogalova, L. F. / Inverted coaxial relativistic magnetron for the 3-centimeter wave band. In: Soviet journal of communications technology & electronics. 1990 ; Vol. 35, No. 10. pp. 133-135.
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