Theoretical investigation of the fundamental mode frequency of the magnetically insulated transmission line oscillator

Yu-Wei Fan; Hui-Huang Zhong; Ting Shu; Zhi-Qiang aLi
December 2008
Physics of Plasmas;Dec2008, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p123504
Academic Journal
The fundamental mode frequency of a magnetically insulated transmission line oscillator is investigated theoretically by the equivalent circuit method, and an exact theoretical formula about the fundamental mode frequency is given. The theoretical results are compared with the simulation and experimental results, which shows that the relative error, which is calculated according to the theoretical and simulation frequencies, is less than 3%, so the validity of the theoretical formula is verified.


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