2 edition of Traveling-wave tubes found in the catalog.
John Robinson Pierce
in Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand 
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 256-257.
|Series||The Bell Telephone Laboratories series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 260 p. diagrs. ;|
|Number of Pages||260|
FIELD THEORY OF TRAVELING-WAVE TUBES 1. Introduction The analysis of traveling-wave tubes as amplifiers has been carried out by 1'2 of Bell Telephone Laboratories and R. Kompfner3 of the Clarendon Laboratory. In Pierce's paper, the action of the field on the electron beam and the reaction of the beam back on the field were formulated. The traveling wave tube is a form of thermionic valve or tube that is used for high power microwave amplifier designs. The travelling wave tube can be used for wideband RF amplifier designs where even now it performs well against devices using newer technologies.
The Tube Guys by Norman H. Pond. This book is about the history of vacuum tubes, You'll learn about the origins of the magnetron, the traveling wave tube, the carcinotron, the ubitron, the klystron, the backward wave oscillator, and much more. There's plenty of discussion on the history of the microwave oven as well. Traveling-Wave Tubes Work on traveling-wave tubes occupied most of my time from until around a period of 13 years. Today, when vacuum tubes survive almost entirely as extremely high-power devices, and solid-state devices serve almost all low-power and moderate-power functions, the traveling-wave tube is still used in some.
The ubitron is a nonrelativistic version of the FEL. It was developed in a classified program between and It is a fast-wave variant of the traveling-wave tube (TWT) amplifier and uses a transverse motion of the electrons to couple a copropagating electromagnetic wave to the electron beam. Written by an internationally recognized as an expert on the subject of microwave (MW) tubes, this book presents and describes the many types of microwave tubes, and despite competition from solid-state devices (those using GaN, SiC, et cetera), which continue to be used widely and find new applications in defense, communications, medical, and industrial drying.
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The ubiquitous travelling wave tube (TWT) has been one of the fundamental components of satellite communications systems since the s.
Despite recent advances in microwave solid state power amplifiers, there still does not exist an alternative device which provides the combination of power output, power efficiency Traveling-wave tubes book bandwidth at microwave frequencies that is available from TWTs. Traveling-wave tubes are designed to emphasize particular inherent characteristics (e.g., gain, bandwidth, peak/average power, linearity, efficiency) for specific applications.
Principle application areas include radar, electronic countermeasures, telecommunications, and satellite communications. TRAVELLING WAVE TUBE OPERATION In order to design a helix-type traveling wave tube amplifier (TWTA), it is necessary to understand the operating physics of a travelling wave tube (TWT).
This chapter provides the basic description of the TWTA structure and its various components. The functionalities of these. Microwave Tubes by A.
Gilmour jr is an excellent introduction to microwave tube engineering and a thorough summary. He covers most of the phases of the field in as thorough a fashion as one could do in a book of this size. The references are adequate if one wishes to research a particular section more s: 3.
Offers detailed discussions of operating principles of helix and coupled-cavity traveling wave tubes, descriptions of RF interactions of electrons with electric fields, and the basic theories of electron bunching and traveling wave interactions.
Summary: Discusses operating principles of helix and coupled-activity travelling wave tubes, descriptions of RF interactions of electrons with electric fields, and the basic theories of electron bunching and.
travelling-wave interactions. Problems of noise, nonlinearities and distortion are covered. Thales’ traveling wave tubes (TWTs) and amplifiers are behind this relay race. Today, with o Thales TWTs launched into orbit since and million hours of operation, the technology supports the majority of global communication uplinks.
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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. The Traveling-wave tube can be used as a medium or high power microwave, amplifier.
The TWT, because of its construction and working principle has enormous bandwidths and low noise. The heated cathode at one end of the tube produces a beam of electrons and is attracted to the collector at the other end of the tube.
Professionals find coverage of all major tube classifications, including klystrons, traveling wave tubes (TWTs), magnetrons, cross field amplifiers, and gyrotrons.
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A traveling-wave tube or traveling-wave tube amplifier is a specialized vacuum tube that is used in electronics to amplify radio frequency signals in the microwave range.
The TWT belongs to a category of "linear beam" tubes, such as the klystron, in which the radio wave is amplified by absorbing power from a beam of electrons as it passes down the tube. Although there are various types of TWT, two major. Travelling wave tube is a cylindrical structure which contains an electron gun from a cathode tube.
It has anode plates, helix and a collector. RF input is sent to one end of the helix and the output is drawn from the other end of the helix. An electron gun focusses an electron beam with the velocity of light.The invention of the traveling-wave tube (Book, )  Get this from a library!
The invention of the traveling-wave tube.Discussions focus on the principle of the injection type traveling wave tubes, delay lines, resistive wall amplifier, space-charge effects, and grid control of magnetrons. The text then takes a look at mechanically tuned oscillators and wide band and externally stabilized tunable oscillators.