Frequency detuning measurements in a low-power gyrotron
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Frequency detuning in the University of Sydney Gyrotron II has been measured for a number of modes in the vicinity of the TE0 14 1 mode at 183 GHz. The main features of the observations agree with theory and the importance of a detailed knowledge of the electron velocity distribution and the cavity Q's is established.
Key wordsgyrotron millimeter-wave microwave electron cyclotron resonance maser frequency detuning frequency pulling
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