Recirculating Planar Magnetrons: Simulations and experiment

@article{Franzi2012RecirculatingPM,
  title={Recirculating Planar Magnetrons: Simulations and experiment},
  author={Matt Franzi and R. M. Gilgenbach and David M. French and Brad W. Hoff and Y. Y. Lau and David Simon and John W. Luginsland},
  journal={IVEC 2012},
  year={2012},
  pages={211-212}
}
The Recirculating Planar Magnetron (RPM) is a crossed-field device which presents numerous advantages in generating HPM. A 12-cavity, conventional-polarity, 1GHz model was designed and tested at a -300 kV, 0.3-0.5 microsecond pulselength and a 0.3 T axial magnetic field. The initial design and experimental results are discussed. 

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