Design, Technologies and Applications of High Power Vacuum Electronic Devices from Microwave to THz Band
Glyavin, Mikhail (editor)
The last decade has contributed to the rapid progress in developing high-power microwave sources. This Special Issue aims to bring together information about the most striking theoretical and experimental results, new trends in development, remarkable modern applications, new demands in parameter enhancement, and future goals. Although only a tiny part of the achievements of recent years is included in this Issue, we hope that the presented articles will be useful for experts and students focusing on modern vacuum electronics.
Keywordsvelocity ratio; velocity spread; low-voltage; gyrotrons; MIG; particle simulation; space charge effects; pillbox window; wide-band; W-band; low loss; mode converter; 220 GHz; taper; terahertz; traveling-wave tube; folded waveguide (FWG); slow wave system; high harmonic traveling wave tube; gyrotron; quasi-optical cavity; confocal waveguide; frequency tuning; high power; sub-millimeter wave; PFN-Marx; compact; modular; trigger source; gas switch; mica capacitor; millimeter waves; wireless power transmitting; quasi-optical antenna; gaussian beam; Gyrotron; sub-terahertz; high-power microwave source; HPM source; virtual cathode oscillator; vircator; ring reflector; high-power electromagnetic waves (HPEM); semiconductor; failure threshold time; microwave hardness; electromagnetic pulse (EMP) shielding; broadband; gyro-TWT; high-resolution imaging radar; TE02 mode; dielectric properties; low-reflection barrier windows; broadband window; microwaves; terahertz radiation; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues
Energy industries & utilities