Design of a novel coupled-cavity circuit for a 35 GHz wideband Traveling-Wave Tube

  title={Design of a novel coupled-cavity circuit for a 35 GHz wideband Traveling-Wave Tube},
  author={Yang Liu and Shangyun Wu and Jiangfeng Ye and Guiqiang Zheng},
  journal={2014 Tenth International Vacuum Electron Sources Conference (IVESC)},
The design and analysis of a wideband coupled-cavity Traveling-Wave Tube (TWT) operating at 35 GHz is presented. The interaction circuit employs a novel coupled-cavity circuit, which is based on the combination of a three-slot ladder coupled-cavity slow-wave structure and round electron beam. In this paper, the high frequency properties such as dispersion characteristics, beam-wave interaction impedance are studied and optimized, and combined with design of the well-matched couplers, a 3-D… CONTINUE READING

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