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MICROWAVE ELECTRONICALLY VARIABLE ION BEAM TIME DELAY DEVICE STUDY.
Quarterly rept. no. 6 Sep-Nov 67,
MICROWAVE ASSOCIATES INC BURLINGTON MA
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Experimental studies of the ion-beam delay line at 500 MHz are described. The emphasis of the present study is on the technique of ion-beam modulation by the transfer of modulation from an electron beam to the ion beam. The theory of modulation transfer mechanism by a reflecting electron beam is presented, and the experiment to observe the effect is described. Based on results of these investigations, it was concluded that the most promising method of ion-beam modulation is the classical technique of gap modulation. An experimental device was designed and constructed to demonstrate the feasibility of the ion-beam delay line at 500 MHz. Author
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