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Nonlinear phase behaviour of travelling-wave tubes

Nonlinear phase behaviour of travelling-wave tubes

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An expression is derived which gives the a.m./p.m. conversion factor of a t.w.t. as a function of the helix voltage, when the beam current is varied in such a way as to keep the gain constant.

Inspec keywords: travelling wave tubes

Subjects: Microwave tubes

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