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Call number:9781608071845:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Klystrons, traveling wave tubes, magnetrons, crossed-field amplifiers, and gyrotrons
Author(s): A. S. Gilmour
Date:2011
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (859 p.)
Contents:CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER 2 -- STATIC FIELDS PRODUCED BY ELECTRONS -- CHAPTER 3 ELECTRON MOTION IN STATIC ELECTRIC FIELDS -- CHAPTER 4 INFLUENCE OF MAGNETIC FIELD ON ELECTRON MOTION -- CHAPTER 5 THERMIONIC CATHODES -- CHAPTER 6 ELECTRON GUNS -- CHAPTER 7 ELECTRON BEAMS -- CHAPTER 8 BEAM-GAP INTERACTIONS -- CHAPTER 9 ELECTRON BUNCHING PRODUCED BY A GAP -- CHAPTER 10 BASIC KLYSTRONS AND THEIR OPERATION -- CHAPTER 11 SPECIAL-PURP OSE KLYSTRONS -- CHAPTER 12 TRAVELING WAVE TUBES -- CHAPTER 13 WAVE VELOCITIES AND DISPERSION -- CHAPTER 14 HELIX TWTS -- CHAPTER 15 COUPLED-CAVITY TWTS -- CHAPTER 16 COLLECTORS -- CHAPTER 17 CROSSED-FIELD TUBES -- CHAPTER 18 CATHODES FOR CROSSED-FIELD TU BES -- CHAPTER 19 MAGNETRONS -- CHAPTER 20 CROSSED-FIELD AMPLIFIERS -- CHAPTER 21 GYROTRONS -- CHAPTER 22 WINDOWS -- CHAPTER 23 NOISE -- CHAPTER 24 NONLINEARITIES AND DISTORTION -- CHAPTER 25 BREAKDOWN AND PROTECTION -- APPENDIX A USEFUL CONSTANTS AND CON VERSIONS -- APPENDIX B VACUUM TECHNOLOGY -- APPENDIX C MAGNETICS
ISBN:9781608071845
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Series:Artech House microwave library
Keywords: Microwave tubes.
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Call number:TK7872.V3C451 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fundamentals of microwave electronics
Author(s): Marvin Chodorow
Charles Susskind
Date:1964
Publisher:McGraw-Hill, New York
Size:297
Series:International series in pure and applied physics v. 27
Keywords: Microwave tubes.
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Call number:TK7871.89.M5P5::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Philips electron tubes Microwave diodes and sub-assemblies
Author(s): Philips
Date:1986
Publisher:Eindhoven, The Netherlands : Philips
Size:339 p. v. T11
Contents:General--Gunn, Impatt and noise diodes--Mixer and detector diodes--Backward diode--Multiplier varactor diodes--Tuning varactor diodes--Oscillators--Mixer and detector modules--Doppler modules--Circulators and isolators--Miscellaneous--Package styles --Index
Corp. Author:Philips
Keywords: Electron tubes Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Call number:TK7871.77.G55::2011 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Klystrons, Traveling Wave Tubes, Magnetrons, Crossed-Field Amplifiers, and Gyrotrons
Author(s): A. S. Gilmour
Date:2011
Publisher:Boston, MA : Artech House
Contents:Introduction. Static Fields Produced by Electrons. Electron Motion in Static Fields. Influence of Magnetic Field on Electron Motion. Thermionic Cathodes. Electron Guns. Electron Beams. Beam-Gap Interactions. Electron Bunching. Basic Klystrons and Their Operation. Special Purpose Klystrons. Traveling Wave Interaction. Wave Velocities and Dispersion. Helix TWTS. Coupled Cavity TWTS. Collectors. Crossed Field Tubes. Cathodes for Crossed Field Tubes. Magnetrons. Crossed-Field Amplifiers. Windows. Noise. Nonlinearities and Distortion. Breakdown and Protection. Appendices
ISBN:9781608071845
Series:Artech House Microwave Library
Keywords: Microwave tubes
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Call number:TK7871.72.G426::1986 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Microwave tubes
Author(s): A.S. Gilmour Jr.
Date:1986
Publisher:Dedham, MA : Artech House
Size:490 p
ISBN:0890061815
Series:The Artech House microwave library 1
Keywords: Microwave tubes
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Call number:TK7871.7.L52::1988 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Microwave electron-tube devices
Author(s): Samuel Y. Liao
Date:1988
Publisher:Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, N.J
Size:479
ISBN:0135820731
Keywords: Microwave tubes.
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Call number:SPRINGER-2001-9789401006989:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Practical Asymptotics
Author(s):
Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (385 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0698-9
Contents:Practical asymptotics -- Shear flow over a particulate or fibrous plate -- Current-voltage characteristics from an asymptotic analysis of the MOSFET equations -- Separating shear flow past a surface-mounted blunt obstacle -- Microwave
joining of two long hollow tubes: an asymptotic theory and numerical simulations -- Fast computation of limit cycles in an industrial application -- Asymptotic analysis of the steady-state and time-dependent Berman problem --
Generation of water waves and bores by impulsive bottom flux -- On the asymptotic analysis of surface-stress-driven thin-layer flow -- Matched asymptotic expansions and the numerical treatment of viscous-inviscid interaction -- Stokes
flow around an asymmetric channel divider a computational approach using matlab -- The frozen-field approximation and the Ginzburg-Landau equations of superconductivity -- Analytical approximations to the viscous glass-flow problem in
the mould-plunger pressing process, including an investigation of boundary conditions -- Asymptotic adaptive methods for multi-scale problems in fluid mechanics -- Asymptotic analysis of the flow of shear-thinning foodstuffs in annular
scraped heat exchangers -- The evolution of travelling waves from chemical-clock reactions
ISBN:9789401006989
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Approximation theory , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematical models , Physics , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Mathematics of Computing , Approximations and Expansions , Applications of Mathematics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9789401152204:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Observational Plasma Astrophysics: Five Years of Yohkoh and Beyond
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (398 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5220-4
Contents:I. Basic Properties of Cosmic Plasmas -- Evolution of the Solar Corona from the Maximum to the Minimum -- Density, Temperature and Magnetic Field Structure of High Latitude Corona -- Studies of Coronal Temperature -- The Behavior of
Coronal Holes -- Deep Survey of Solar Nano-Flares with Yohkoh -- The Sun as an X-Ray Star: Overview of the Method -- Coronal Heating due to Twisting Faculae of 1 km Radii -- Comparison between Statistical Features of X-ray Fluctuations
from the Solar Corona and Accretion Disks -- From the Sun to the Galaxy Clusters -- High Energy Emission from Blazars — ASCA Observation of Blazars and Multiband Analysis — -- II. Origin of Cosmic Plasma Dynamics -- Magnetic
Reconnection and Dynamos in Laboratory Plasmas -- A Mechanism Driving Solar Flares -- On the Origin of Helicity in Active Region Magnetic Fields -- SXR Coronal Polar Jets and Recurrent Flashes -- The Filament Disappearance of May 7,
1992 -- An Interdisciplinary Study of the Eruptive Prominence of 28 August 1992 -- Yohkoh Observations of Superhot Plasma in Solar Flares -- Non-thermal Velocities Observed by Yohkoh -- Magnetohydrodynamics of Accretion Disks --
Magnetic Loops in the Hot Universe -- III. Magnetic Reconnection as an Engine of Cosmic Explosions -- Computer Simulations of Twisted Flux Tubes and Magnetic Reconnection -- Magnetic Reconnection and Flares in Star Forming Regions:
Flares in Protostars -- Magnetically Driven Jets from Accretion Disks -- Numerical Simulation of Relativistic Jet Formation in Black Hole Magnetosphere -- Pair Production Cascade in a Black Hole Magnetosphere -- MHD Simulations of
Magnetic Reconnection in the Solar Corona and Flares -- Several Problems with Classical “Reclosing of Opened-up Simple Arcade” Models for Arcade Flares and Arcade Formation Events -- Plasmoid Formation in Eruptive Flares -- Plasma
Motion in Solar Flares Observed by the Radio-heliograph -- Current Sheet Formation and Reconnection on Separator Field Lines -- Bifurcation-Transition Dynamics in Solar Coronal Plasma -- A Unified Model of Solar Flares -- Activity
Caused by Interacting Loops and Evolution of Magnetic Field -- Loop-loop Interaction in Impulsive Solar Flares Inferred from Microwave and X-Ray Images -- Horseshoe Shaped Ha Solar Flares on 13 Oct 1995 and Emerging Flux Model of
Flares -- SoHO — Yohkoh Science Collaboration -- The Coronal Diagnostic Spectrometer on SoHO -- NOAA 7978: the Last Best Old-Cycle Region -- S XV Spectral Properties of an Active Region from the Yohkoh Bragg Crystal Spectrometer -- The
Relationship between UV and X-Ray Brightenings -- Joint Observations and an Active Region with SoHO and Yohkoh -- IV. High-Energy Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasmas -- Summary of Coronal Hard X-Ray Sources Observed with Yohkoh/HXT
-- Hard X-Ray Emission from a Mirror Trap at the Top of Reconnecting Loops -- Energy Release and Particle Acceleration in Solar Flares with Respect to Flaring Magnetic Loops -- What did Yohkoh and COMPTON Change in Our Perception of
Particle Acceleration in Solar Flares? -- Microwave and Hard X-ray Observations of an X-Class Limb Flare -- Magnetic Reconnection and Particle Acceleration in Solar Flares -- Activity in NOAA AR 7172 -- Acceleration of Particles in
Collisionless Magnetic Reconnection -- The Formation and Evolution of the Coronal Holes Associated with NOAA Region 7978 -- Horizontal Flow Field in the Solar Photosphere -- Local Three-Dimensional MHD Simulations of the Parker
Instability in Differentially Rotating Disks -- Limits on the Temperature of Impulsive Phase Solar Flare Hard X-Ray Emission, and the Amount of Thermal X-Rays Present in the Yohkoh HXT-LO (14 – 24 keV) Channel -- Homologous Flare
Series of February 1992 -- Simulation Study on Magneto-Gravity Instabilities in Magnetic Shear Field -- X-ray Plasma Ejections and Jets From Solar Compact Flares Observed with the Yohkoh Soft X-Ray Telescope -- Nonthermal Effects in Fe
XXV Spectra Observed by Yohkoh/BCS -- Using the Yohkoh BCS to Check Element Abundances and Ionization Fractions -- Maximum Energy of Force-Free Magnetic Fields -- A Study of Preflare X-ray Brightenings -- Non-Linear Evolution of
Erupting Coronal Magnetic Fields -- Study of Solar X-Ray Jets Observed by Yohkoh Soft X-Ray Telescope -- Deconvolution of Yohkoh Soft X-ray Images -- Post-Flare Structures Rising with Decreasing or Constant Speed -- Soft X-ray Features
of Prominence Eruption and Disappearance -- Yohkoh Observations and Interplanetary Disturbances -- Evolution of Coronal Active Regions Observed with the Yohkoh Soft X-Ray Telescope -- XUV Doppler Telescope aboard Sounding Rocket --
Magnetic Shear and Soft X-Ray Flares in a Delta Sunspot Region (NOAA 7070) in February 1992 -- List of Participants
ISBN:9789401152204
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 229
Keywords: Physics , Astrophysics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons
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Call number:SPRINGER-1991-9783540464839:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:The Sun and Cool Stars: activity, magnetism, dynamos Proceedings of Colloquium No. 130 of the International Astronomical Union Held in Helsinki, Finland, 17–20 July 1990
Author(s):
Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (1 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-53955-7
Contents:The confrontation of mean-field theories with numerical simulations -- On numerical studies of solar/stellar convection -- Turbulent Convection: A New Model -- Large scale convection in stars : Towards a model for the action of
coherent structures -- Magnetoconvection patterns in rotating convection zones -- Stellar convection as a low Prandtl number flow -- Convective overshoot as a source of helicity -- Topological pumping in the lower overshoot layer --
Diffusion of particles, heat and magnetic fields in compressible turbulent media -- The spatial structure of homogeneous turbulence at high Reynolds number -- Compressible MHD in spherical geometry -- The role of overshoot in solar
activity: A direct simulation of the dynamo -- Vector potential magnetic null points -- Magnetic tubes in overshooting compressible convection -- Convective cores in stellar models -- Rotational effects on Reynolds stresses in the
solar convection zone -- Stable and unstable solutions of the nonlinear dynamo problem -- Nonlinear nonaxisymmetric dynamos for active stars -- Waves of Solar Activity -- Non-steady global magnetic fields in kinematic theory --
Asymptotic methods in the nonlinear mean-field dynamo -- Fractal flux tubes of the solar magnetic field -- ??-dynamos -- Fossil magnetic fields and activity of young stars -- The sun's internal differential rotation from
helioseismology -- ?-effect, meridional flow and the differential solar rotation -- Differential rotation as an axisymmetric resonant mode of convection -- The solar internal rotation and its implications -- The toroidal magnetic field
inside the Sun -- The transfer of large-scale magnetic field by radial inhomogeneity of the material density in the rotating convection zone -- Diagnostics of the solar dynamo using the observed pattern of surface magnetic fields --
The large-scale magnetic field in the global solar cycle: observational aspects -- Evolution of large and small scale magnetic fields in the sun -- The solar dynamo -- A topological model of the solar magnetic field reversals -- Solar
internal rotation, the boundary layer dynamo and latitude distribution of activity belts -- Solar rotation over solar cycle 21 -- Sun-as-a-star: Its convective signature and the activity cycle -- The hel ?10830 Å line as an indicator
of the chromospheric and coronal activity of the sun -- The rotational modulation of ca II K in the sun -- The prolonged minima and maxima of solar activity -- The longer term evolution of magnetic field and mass flow in a decaying
active region -- The main component analysis of the longitudinal distribution of solar activity -- Fe I line asymmetries and shifts caused by pressure broadening -- Rotation of large scale patterns on the solar surface as determined
from filament and millimeter data -- Large scale patterns on the solar surface indicated by microwave observations -- The solar corona over the recent saros -- The history of activity of the Sun and its rotational period on the ZAMS --
The differential rotation and evolution of spots on UX Arietis from a sequence of Doppler images -- The art of surface imaging -- Surface imaging of El Eri -- Towards magnetic images of rapidly rotating late-type stars -- Chromospheric
surface structures on El Eridani and HD 199178 -- Activity, colour anomalies and temperature determination in solar-type stars -- Dynamo action in evolved stars -- The boundary between the magnetic fields of ap stars and the fields of
solar-type stars -- Doppler mapping of CP-star surfaces with weak and strong magnetic fields -- Temperature variations on the surface of the Si-star CU Virginis -- Learning about stellar dynamos from long-term photometry of starspots
-- Starspot activity on short-period RS CVn stars -- Variations in spottedness of photosphere and chromosphere of the flare star EV Lac -- Surface inhomogeneities on the W UMa star AC Bootis -- Long-term starspot behavior of BY Dra and
EV Lac -- The spot activity of FK Comae Berenices -- On the existence of solar-type activity in the secondary components of cataclysmic variables -- Radial velocity variability of K giants -- Recent advances in the observation and
analysis of stellar magnetic fields -- Limits on the magnetic flux of a pre-main sequence star -- Stellar zeeman analyses: Effects of multi-component atmospheres -- Multi-line Zeeman analysis -- A new technique to measure magnetic
field strength in active stars -- Magnetic flux determination in late-type dwarfs -- Linear polarization and magnetic fields in cool stars -- Long-term polarimetric activity of the cool supergiant µ Cephei -- Polarimetric observations
of active cool binaries -- Magnetic fields and filling factors in late-type stars: Predictions from dynamo theory -- Activity of relatively close binaries -- Two kinds of activity in late-type stars -- Ca II H and K and H?, and Li
abundances in the pleiades late K main-sequence -- Is ? Boo AB a young or an evolved system? a model atmosphere analysis -- Spectroscopic analysis of HR 1099 -- Recent advances in our understanding of chromospheric and coronal heating
mechanisms -- Ca II H high-resolution spectral monitoring of active late-type dwarfs -- The onset of chromospheres in A-type stars: The altair affair -- H? and NaD line variability in RY Tauri -- He I 5876 å line in the study of
chromospheric activity in F-type MS stars -- The age evolution of Ca II emission in late type stars -- Ca II H and K spectroscopy of ER Vul -- The variations of the H? line of HD199178 -- H? emission in the giant components of RS CVn
systems -- Spectroscopy of southern active stars -- Full phase coverage of by Dra with the VLA -- Coronal magnetic fields of Algol binaries from microwave spectra -- On the coronal activity of RS CVn systems -- Flare rate spectra as a
possibility of diagnostics of convection zones in stars -- Observations relating to stellar activity, magnetism and dynamos -- Concluding summary: Theoretical aspects
ISBN:9783540464839
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 380
Keywords: Physics , Geophysics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Geophysics/Geodesy
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Call number:SPRINGER-1981-9789400984790:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Solar Phenomena in Stars and Stellar Systems Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Bonas, France, August 25–September 5, 1980
Author(s):
Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (591 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-8479-0
Contents:I. General Overview -- The Sun as a Star: Solar Phenomena and Stellar Applications -- The Spontaneous Concentration of Magnetic Field in the Photosphere of the Sun -- II. Interiors -- Internal Structure of the Sun and Stars -- Solar
and Stellar Oscillations -- III. Chromospheres/Coronae and Convective Phenomena -- Evidence for Chromospheres and Coronae in Stars: Recent Observations, Some Unanswered Theoretical Questions, and a Speculative Scenario -- Convection
Zones in Sun and Stars -- Results from the Central Hyades Survey -- Compressible Convection in a Rotating Spherical Shell -- Energy Balance in Solar and Stellar Chromospheres -- Energy Balance in Solar and Stellar Coronae -- Numerical
Studies of the Energy Balance in Coronal Loops -- Energy, Balance and Armagnac -- Theories of Heating of Solar and Stellar Chromospheres -- Mechanical Flux in the Solar Chromosphere -- Magnetic Heating in the Sun --
Magnetohydrodynamics of Thin Flux Tubes -- Coronal Holes and Solar Mass Loss -- The Solar Wind: Macroscopic Features and Microscopic Problems -- Observations and Theory of Mass Loss in Late-type Stars -- IV. Solar and Stellar
Variability -- Aspects of Long-term Variability in Sun and Stars -- The Solar Neutrino Problem -- Chromospheres and Coronae in Binary Systems -- The RS Canum Venaticorum Binaries -- Stellar Magnetic Structure and Activity (Theory) --
Stellar Magnetic Structure and Activity -- Stellar Spots — Physical Implications -- Photospheric Magnetic Field Patterns and Their Coronal and Interplanetary Consequences -- Solar Flares: Magnetohydrodynamic Instabilities -- Diffuse
Reconnection: The Resistive Tearing-mode -- Stellar Analogs of Solar Microwave Phenomena -- V. Conclusion -- Summary Commentary -- Index of Names -- Index of Subjects
ISBN:9789400984790
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Series:NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series C — Mathematical and Physical Sciences: 68
Keywords: Earth sciences , Planetology , Astrophysics , Earth Sciences , Planetology , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Call number:SPRINGER-1976-9781468462166:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Bibliography of Microwave Optical Technology
Author(s): A. F Harvey
Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (717 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-6216-6
Contents:1. Radiation and Matter -- Section 1. Properties of Media -- Section 2. Lines with Purely Transverse Fields -- Section 3. Hollow Conducting Tubes -- Section 4. Resonant Interaction -- Section 5. Anisotropic Media -- Section 6.
Nonlinear Effects -- Section 7. Radiation Techniques -- Section 8. Practical Transmission Aspects -- II. Components and Devices -- Section 9. Free-Space Components -- Section 10. Guided-Wave Components -- Section 11. Resonant
Structures -- Section 12. Periodic and Guiding Structures -- Section 13. Solid-State Devices -- Section 14. Devices with Gyromagnetic Media -- Section 15. Gaseous-Discharge Devices -- Section 16. Beam-Type Antennas -- Section 17.
Manufacturing Techniques -- III. Amplification and Generation -- Section 18. Electron-Beam Tubes -- Section 19. Crossed-Field and High-Energy Generators -- Section 20. Theory of Stimulated Emission -- Section 21. Paramagnetic-Material
Lasers -- Section 22. Gaseous-Phase Lasers -- Section 23. Semiconductor Lasers -- Section 24. Construction and Operation of Lasers -- Section 25. Solid-State Sources -- Section 26. Indirect Operation -- IV. Transmission and Reception
-- Section 27. Radiation Properties of Generators -- Section 28. Frequency Filters -- Section 29. Image-Forming Antennas -- Section 30. Modulation Techniques -- Section 31. Radiation Detectors -- Section 32. Receiver Techniques --
Section 33. Low-Noise Amplifiers -- Section 34. Principles of Holography -- Section 35. Storage and Processing -- V. Measurement Principles and Techniques -- Section 36. Fundamental Quantities -- Section 37. Frequency Standards and
Stabilization -- Section 38. Wavelength and Frequency -- Section 39. Materials Parameters -- Section 40. Resonance Spectrometry -- Section 41. Radiation Scattering -- Section 42. Plasmas and Time Resolution -- Section 43. Noise and
Fluctuations -- Section 44. Radiation Parameters -- VI. Applications -- Section 45. Thermal and Industrial Aspects -- Section 46. Biological and Medical Aspects -- Section 47. Electron Accelerators -- Section 48. Guided-Wave
Communication -- Section 49. Terrestrial Propagation -- Section 50. Practical Antenna Features -- Section 51. Radio-Link Communication -- Section 52. Radar Techniques -- Section 53. Astronomy Techniques -- Author Index
ISBN:9781468462166
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Series:Solid State Physics Literature Guides, Prepared under the auspices of the Research Materials Information Center Oak Ridge National Laboratory : 8
Keywords: Physics , Solid state physics , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy
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Title:Introduction to microwave theory.
Author(s): Harry Albert Atwater 1921-
Date:1962
Publisher:McGraw-Hill: New York
Size:244 pgs.
Contents:1. The Two-Conductor Transmission Line, 2. Electromagnetic Field Equations, 3. The Wave Equation and its Solution in Waveguides, 4. discontinuities and Impedances in Waveguides, 5. Microwave Resonators, 6. Microwave Tubes I: Klystron and Magnetron, 7. Microwave Tubes II: Traveling-Wave Tube, 8. Magnetic Materials in Microwave Applications, 9. Millimeter Waves
Appendices: I. Physical Constants, II. Vector Formulas, III. Bessel Functions, IV. Measurements for Equivalent T Circuit of a Two-Port Element
Series:McGraw-Hill electrical and electronic engineering series v. 3
Keywords: Microwaves.
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Call number:QC544.V3K672 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Electronics of Microwave Tubes
Author(s): Werner Kleen
Translated by: P.A. Lindsay A. Reddish and C.R. Russell
Date:1958
Publisher:Academic Press, New York
Size:349 pgs.
Contents:1. The Scope of Microwave Electronics, 2. Electron Motion in Static Fields, 3. Currents in Microwave Tubes, 4. Exchange of Power Between Electron Streams and Periodic Electric Fields, 5. Velocity Modulation in Stationary Fields, 6. Ballistic Treatment of Electron Bunching in Regions Free From Radio Frequency Fields, 7. Use of Stationary Fields for Extracting Power from the Beam, 8. Diodes and Grid-Controlled Tubes, 9. Phase Selection, 10. Modulation of Electron Streams by Traveling Waves in the Absence of Static Transverse Fields, 11. Free Space-Charge Waves, 12. Interaction Between Electron Beams and Traveling Waves in Crossed Electric and Magnetic Fields, 13. Classification of Microwave Tubes, 14. Practical Applications of Microwave Tubes, 15. The Tube as a Circuit Element, 16. Noise, 17. Microwave Resonant Circuits, 18. Delay Lines, 19. Electron Beams and Electron Guns
Keywords: Microwave tubes
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