Dielectric cavity relativistic magnetron

Hashemi, S. M. A.
February 2010
Applied Physics Letters;Feb2010, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p081503
Academic Journal
An alteration in the structure of the A6 relativistic magnetron is proposed, which introduces an extra degree of freedom to its design and enhances many of its quality factors. This modification involves the partial filling of the cavities of the device with a low-loss dielectric material. The operation of a dielectric-filled A6 is simulated; the results indicate single-mode operation at the desired π mode and a substantially cleaner rf spectrum.


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