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    Title: A 30-MW gyroklystron-amplifier design for high-energy linear accelerators
    Authors: Chu, K.R.;Granatstein, V.L.;Latham, P.E.;Lawson, W.;Striffler, C.D.
    Teacher: 朱國瑞
    Date: 1985
    Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
    Relation: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Volume 13, Issue 6, 1985, Pages 424-434
    Keywords: beam handling equipment
    linear accelerators
    microwave amplifiers
    microwave generation
    microwave tubes
    Abstract: Microwave tubes required to drive future 1-TeV linear colliders require 300-MW peak power at wavelengths near 3 cm. It is believed that gyrotrons have good potential for development into the high peak power, high gain, efficient amplifier required for this application. Presented here is the detailed design for a 3-cm gyroklystron amplifier at a peak power level of ~30 MW. This power level is approximately three orders of magnitude above the gyroklystron state of the art. Novel problems associated with a high-energy (γ~2) gyrotron beam are considered in detail. A new partially-self-consistent nonlinear analysis is described and used to design the gyroklystron circuit, which is based on the TE011 mode in cavities of circular cross section. Stable operation is anticipated.
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