Study of superradiance based on a low-voltagebackward wave oscillator

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WU Jie, FANG Zhi-Cong, XIE Hong-Quan and LI Zheng-Hong. Study of superradiance based on a low-voltagebackward wave oscillator[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(4): 047002. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/4/047002
WU Jie, FANG Zhi-Cong, XIE Hong-Quan and LI Zheng-Hong. Study of superradiance based on a low-voltagebackward wave oscillator[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2013, 37(4): 047002.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/37/4/047002 shu
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Study of superradiance based on a low-voltagebackward wave oscillator

    Corresponding author: WU Jie,

Abstract: According to the small size requirement for wide-band high-power microwave radiation, a superradiance backward wave oscillator (BWO) is proposed to generate such high-power microwave radiation with a low voltage (~20 kV) pulse power supply and low guiding magnet field (~0.1 T). In order to get a high-efficiency C-band superradiance BWO with a low beam voltage and a low guiding magnet field, the mechanism of superradiance in a BWO is explored in particle-in-cell simulation. With the oversized structure, the simulation shows that a microwave power of 405 kW with a frequency of 5.6 GHz and a spectrum width of 500 MHz can be obtained with a voltage of 23 kV and magnetic field of 0.1 T.

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