High Voltage Nanosecond Pulse Generators.
Interim technical rept. no. 4, 1 Jul 78-30 Apr 79,
COBER ELECTRONICS INC STAMFORD CT
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This report covers the work performed during the period 1 July 1978 to 30 April 1979 to develop high voltage nanosecond pulse generators. Effort was concentrated on the Task III pulser, which requires a burst of square wave, 100 ns wide pulses, operating at the 1.3 kV level. The load is an electrooptic CdTe crystal. The technical approach combined a pair of wide bandwidth triodes, for charging and discharging the crystal capacitance, with a high speed VMOS as grid drivers. The pulser was constructed and tested. Results show that voltage output and waveforms, with a capacitive load to simulate the crystal, meets all requirements. Author
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