Deflection microwave amplifier with field-emitter arrays

Cha-Mei Tang; Lau, Y.Y.
November 1994
Applied Physics Letters;11/28/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 22, p2881
Academic Journal
Analyzes a microwave and millimeter-wave amplifiers based on deflection of collimated microscopic electron beams with high-current density and low voltage from field-emitter arrays. Probable application of the deflection concept; Components of the unit magnitude frequency dependence; Indication of field-emitter arrays on wideband deflection amplifiers.


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