Measurement of frequency spectrum of submillimeter-wave gyrotron output using Michelson

Idehara, T.; Tatsukawa, T.; Ogawa, I.; Yamagishi, Y.; Kanemaki, T.
February 1993
Applied Physics Letters;2/22/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p832
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the measurement of frequency spectrum of gyrotron output at submillimeter wavelength. Use of Michelson interferometer combined with fast Fourier transform technique; Elimination of mode competition of gyrotron with the cyclotron fundamental operation; Results of controlling an electron beam current and applied magnetic field.


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