Phase locking of high power microwave oscillators with large injection power ratios

Xianyang Zhu; Lang Jen; Qingxiang Liu; Xingshao Du
May 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;May96, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p2010
Academic Journal
Analyzes phase locking between two high power microwave oscillators with large injection power ratios, using the concept of lumped circuit. Model and analysis; Numerical results; Locked relative phases for different injection power ratios; Relationship between locking bandwidth and injection power ratios.


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