Technique for measuring the two-port scattering matrix of a plasma current drive antenna during

Probert, P.H.; Majeski, R.P.
February 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Feb1997, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p1168
Academic Journal
Discusses a technique for measuring the two-port scattering matrix of a radio frequency (RF) current drive antenna in a magnetic fusion experiment during high power operation. Modulation of the phase of the RF voltage applied to each of the antenna ports; Calculation of the antenna's impedance matrix.


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