gyroklystron

gyroklystron

[‚jī·rə′klī‚strän]
(electronics)
A microwave tube which, like the gyrotron, is based on cyclotron resonance coupling between microwave fields and an electron beam in vacuum, but which employs two or more cavities, and in which electrons give up their energy to an alternating electric field in a circuit separate from the one that supports the field that bunches the electrons.
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The design of harmonic gyroklystron amplifiers for 35 and 94 GHz were described by Scheitrum, Symons and True, of Litton.
vircators), Titan and General Atomics; the Department of Energy national laboratories such as the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (FELs, vircators and relativistic klystrons in conjunction with the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory), Los Alamos National Laboratory (vircators and klystrons) and Sandia National Laboratories (BWOs, MILOs and SCOs); universities, including major efforts at MIT (gyrotrons, CARMs, magnetrons and FELs), the University of Maryland (gyrotrons, gyroklystrons, BWOs and FELs), Cornell (BWOs and TWTs) and UCLA (CARMs and gyrotrons), as well as significant efforts at schools such as Columbia and the Universities of Michigan and Tennessee.
vircators), Titan and General Atomic; the Department of Energy national laboratories, such as the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (FELs, vircators and relativistic klystrons in conjunction with the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory), Los Alamos National Laboratory (vircators and klystrons) and Sandia National Laboratories (BWOs, MILOs and SCOs); universities, including major efforts at MIT (gyrotrons, CARMs, magnetrons and FELs), the University of Maryland (gyrotrons, gyroklystrons, BWOs and FELs), Cornell (BWOs and TWTs) and UCLA (CARMs and gyrotrons), as well as significant efforts at schools such as Columbia, and the Universities of Michigan and Tennessee.