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Progress in high power millimeter-wave FELs with short period wigglers and sheet electron beams
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1989-05)
A Short-period wiggler millimeter-wave free electron laser for plasma heating and space-borne radar
We will report on the status of a new mm-wave FEL research program based on short-period electromagnet wigglers and a low voltage (500 kV) sheet electron beam. Recent results of measurements and theoretical modeling ...
Design of a short-period-wiggler free electron laser experiment
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1987-06)
Short-period-wiggler free electron lasers with sheet electron beams
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1988-06)
Theoretical and experimental investigations of the cyclotron interaction effect on relativistic backward wave oscillator operation
Microwave sources based on backward-wave oscillators (BWOs) driven by relativistic electron beams are capable of producing high power coherent radiation in the cm and mm wavelength region. When the axial magnetic field is ...
Low-voltage, megawatt free-electron lasers at a frequency near 300 GHz
Design procedures and beam transport feasibility experiments Il.re discussed for a novel, millimeter-wave free electron laser (FEL) concept employing short period magnetic undulators and a sheet electron beam. The ...
Electromagentic properties of corrugated and smooth waveguides filled with radially inhomogeneous plasma
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1996)
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Studies of relativistic backward wave oscillators: Comparison bewteen theory and experiment
Microwave sources based on backward-wave oscillators driven by relativistic electron beams are capable of producing high power coherent radiation in the cm and mm wavelength regime. Although there have been a number of ...
Experimental development of a millimeter wave free electron laser
A 1 MW (cw), millimeter wave FEL (X, « 0.5 mm) is currently under development with an application for heating fusion plasmas. Two salient features of the FEL are the use of a short-period wiggler £w < 10 mm) electromagnet and ...