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High Power Microwaves
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Contents Introduction
Origins of High Power Microwaves
High Power Microwave Operating Regimes
Future Directions in HPM
Further Reading
References
Designing High Power Microwave Systems
The Systems Approach to HPM
Looking at Systems
Linking Components into a System
Systems Issues
Scoping an Advanced System
Conclusion
Problems
References High Power Microwave Applications
Introduction
High Power Microwave Weapons
High Power Radar
Power Beaming
Space Propulsion
Plasma Heating
Particle Accelerators
Problems
References Microwave Fundamentals
Introduction
Basic Concepts in Electromagnetics
Waveguides
Periodic Slow-Wave Structures
Cavities
Intense Relativistic Electron Beams
Magnetically Insulated Electron Layers
Microwave-Generating Interactions
Amplifiers and Oscillators, High- and Low-Current Operating Regimes
Phase and Frequency Control
Summary
Problems
References
Enabling Technologies
Introduction
Pulsed Power
Electron Beams and Layers
Microwave Pulse Compression
Antennas and Propagation
Diagnostics
HPM Facilities
Problems
Further Reading
References Ultrawideband Systems
UWB Defined
UWB Switching Technologies
UWB Antenna Technologies
UWB Systems
Conclusion
Problems
References Relativistic Magnetrons and MILOS
Introduction
History
Design Principles
Operational Features
Research and Development Issues
Fundamental Limitations
MILOs
Crossed-Field Amplifiers
Summary
Problems
References
BWOs, MWCGs, and O-Type Cerenkov Devices
Introduction
History
Design Principles
Operational Features
Research and Development Issues
Fundamental Limitations
Summary
Problems
References Klystrons and Reltrons
Introduction
History
Design Principles
Operational Features
Research and Development Issues
Fundamental Limitations
Summary
Problems
References
Vircators, Gyrotrons and Electron Cyclotron Masers, and Free-Electron Lasers
Introduction
Vircators
Gyrotrons and Electron Cyclotron Masers
Free-Electron Lasers
Summary
Problems
References Appendix: High Power Microwave Formulary
A.1 Electromagnetism
A.2 Waveguides and Cavities
A.3 Pulsed Power and Beams
Diodes and Beams
A.4 Microwave Sources
A.5 Propagation and Antennas
A.6 Applications
Power Beaming
Plasma Heating
Index

About the Author

J Benford, Microwave Systems Inc., USA, LAFAYETTE CA, U.S.A J Swegle, J-Two, California, USA, California, U.S.A E Schamiloglu, University of New Mexico, USA, New Mexico, U.S.A

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