Experimental study of virtual cathode oscillator in uniform magnetic field

Kostov, K.G.; Nikolov, N.A.; Spassovsky, I.P.; Spassov, V.A.
May 1992
Applied Physics Letters;5/25/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 21, p2598
Academic Journal
Presents the results from a 350 kV, 7kA virtual cathode oscillator experiments. Achievement of high-frequency and high power microwave radiation; Exhibition of well-defined peak in microwave radiation spectrum; Examination on the radiation frequency in the X band; Observation of the excitation of nonsymmetric mode.


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