Advances in Microwaves V6 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780120279067, 9780323157599

Advances in Microwaves V6

1st Edition

Editors: Leo Young
eBook ISBN: 9780323157599
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1971
Page Count: 286
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Advances in Microwaves, Volume 6 is a three-chapter text that explores the fundamental principles of precision coaxial connectors, traveling wave tubes, and junction circulators. Chapter 1 discusses the significant developments in the design, accuracy, and reference standard lines of precision coaxial connectors, with an emphasis on the application of the 7-mm and 14-mm precision coaxial connectors. Chapter 2 examines the stability of strongly modulated beams in a variety of focusing systems, such as uniform magnetic fields (Brillouin and near-Brillouin flow), linearly tapered magnetic fields, and periodic-permanent-magnet field systems. Chapter 3 deals with the theoretical aspects and characteristics of all types of junction circulators, with an emphasis on the lumped-element and the stripline circulator. Discussions on a theorem on passive three-port networks and star and delta networks are covered in the supplementary texts.

Table of Contents



Contents of Previous Volumes

Articles Planned for Volume 7

Precision Coaxial Connectors

I. Introduction

II. The Precision Coaxial Transmission Line

III. The Connection Impedance

IV. The Laboratory Precision Connector

V. The Dielectric Support

VI. The General Precision Connector

VII. The Mechanical Coupling Mechanism

VIII. Application of Precision Coaxial Connectors


Electron Dynamics and Energy Conversion in O-Type Linear-Beam Devices

I. Introduction

II. Equations of Motion

III. Generalized Two-Dimensional Analysis

IV. Approximate Two-Dimensional Analysis

V. Computer Solutions of the DDM Equations

VI. Computer Solutions of the General Equations and Comparisons with the DDM Results

VII. Experimental Investigation of a TWA Employing a Uniform Magnetic Focusing Field

VIII. Conclusions

List of Symbols


Junction Circulators

I. Introduction

II. The Principle of Junction Circulation

III. Early Explanations

IV. A Simple Model

V. Resonances and Bandwidth

VI. Circulator Properties

VII. Lumped-Element Circulators

VIII. General Circulator Theory

IX. The Stripline Circulator

X. Concluding Remarks

Appendix A. A Theorem on Passive Three-Port Networks

Appendix B. Star and Delta Networks


Author Index

Subject Index


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