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Klystrons and Microwave Triodes
Donald R. Hamilton
by Peter Smith Pub Inc
Written in English
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klystron: see electron tubeelectron tube, device consisting of a sealed enclosure in which electrons flow between electrodes separated either by a vacuum (in a vacuum tube) or by an ionized gas at low pressure (in a gas tube). .. Click the link for more information.. Klystron an ultrahigh-frequency electronic vacuum device in which a steady stream. Klystrons and Microwave Triodes () - Hamilton, Knipp, Kuper Waveguide Handbook () - Marcuvitz Microwave Antenna Theory and Design () - Silver.
Application of Klystron. This type of klystron is mostly used for the purpose of amplification of microwave length of frequencies. it means that the high requencies can be amplified by multi cavity klystron. Which is impossible and not feasible to use other components for this . D.R. HAMILTON, J.K. KNIPP and J.B.H. KUPPER Klystrons and Microwave Triodes, McGraw-Hill Book Co. Google Scholar  J. FAVALIER, Klystron a Frequence Accordable Electriquement, 3me Congres International ‘Tubes Hyperfrequences’ Google ScholarAuthor: Y. Yoshida, Y. Watanabe.
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Klystrons and the microwave triodes, that the requirements of each of these types lead to the use of the reentrant resonator which is discussed in more detail in Chap.
For purely mechanical reasons, however, the microwave triodes are ordinarily used in cavities which resemble capacitance-loaded coaxial lines, usually not operated in the funda-File Size: 25MB.
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Work on klystrons became very intensive during WWII. Radar was independently invented in Germany and Britain before the war, and was initially implemented at UHF frequencies using triodes as sources. The invention of the klystron in the US encouraged the British in a search for a higher power microwave.
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This book contains four chapters and begins with an introduction to the basic concept and developments of microwave power technology. The second chapter deals with the development of the main classes of high-power microwave and optical frequency power generators, such as magnetrons, crossed-field amplifiers, klystrons, beam plasma amplifiers.
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Foreword. The tremendous research and development effort that went into the development of radar and related techniques during World War II resulted not only in hundreds of radar sets for.
A klystron is a specialized linear-beam vacuum tube, invented in by American electrical engineers Russell and Sigurd Varian, which is used as an amplifier for high radio frequencies, from UHF up into the microwave range.
Low-power klystrons are used as oscillators in terrestrial microwave relay communications links, while high-power klystrons are used as output tubes in UHF television. Microwave tubes are vacuum electron devices used for the generation and amplification of radio frequencies in the microwave range.
An established technology area, the use of tubes remains essential in the field today for high-power applications. The culmination of the authorOCOs 50 years of industry experience, this authoritative resource offers you a thorough understanding of the operations.
The Handbook of Microwave Technology provides a reference resource for professionals in business and industry as well as science and engineering students.
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