8 September 1995 Issues for generation of long-pulse intense annular relativistic electron beams for relativistic klystron devices
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Abstract
Design and testing of a magnitized, vacuum diode for use in a relativistic klystron amplifier is presented. This diode is to provide approximately 7 GW of electron beam power for 1 microsecond for partial conversion to rf energy by a 2 or 3 cavity klystron amplifier system. The present configuration will be shown. Results of calculations for the magnetic beam optics, electrostatic potential structure, and self-consisitent emission PIC simulations will be presented. Experimental results will be shown of the vacuum diode performance.
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Kyle J. Hendricks, Kyle J. Hendricks, Phillip Dale Coleman, Phillip Dale Coleman, Michael D. Haworth, Michael D. Haworth, Thomas A. Spencer, Thomas A. Spencer, Moe Joseph Arman, Moe Joseph Arman, L. Bowers, L. Bowers, } "Issues for generation of long-pulse intense annular relativistic electron beams for relativistic klystron devices", Proc. SPIE 2557, Intense Microwave Pulses III, (8 September 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.218544; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.218544
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