Output of triple-pulse megahertz burst rate high-voltage induction device

Sifu Chen; Xin Li; Ziping Huang; Xiaobing Jing; Hengsong Ding; Lei Wang; Xinglin Yang; Minhong Wang; Bing Ma; Jinshui Shi; Linwen Zhang; Bonan Ding; Jianjun Deng
June 2006
Applied Physics Letters;6/26/2006, Vol. 88 Issue 26, p264107
Academic Journal
Proof-of-principle experiments on the megahertz burst rate high-voltage triple-pulse induction acceleration concept are described and the experimental results are presented. High-voltage triple pulser supplies a triple-pulse burst at pulse rate of 1.25 MHz to the acceleration gap of a ferrite induction device after the ferrite cores reset; a train of three 180 kV pulses separated by 800 ns was obtained in the accelerating gap. Each pulse has a full width at half maximum of 120 ns and ±1% flattop of 50 ns, with rise time of 40 ns, respectively.


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