Theory of Microwave Valves deals with the theory of microwave devices which have found constant use in practice and the operation of which can be understood based on one type of oscillation or wave. The book begins with a review of the fundamental properties of the differential equations and the boundary conditions of electrodynamics, which are then applied to the analysis of the phenomena occurring in a cavity resonator through which an electron beam passes. Subsequent chapters cover the static characteristics of the plane diode; alternating voltage applied to a plane diode; electronics of the plane diode when the influence of space charge is negligible; and application of the total-current method to analyze the plane diode. Also included are separate chapters on the influence of transit effects on noise in a plane diode; amplification of high-frequency signals by a triode; general theory of single-circuit klystron oscillators; and noise in the electron beam. This book was written for students familiar with general electrodynamics at university level.
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|Size: ||43.2 MB|
|Date published: || 1961|
|ISBN: ||9781483152585 (DRM-PDF)|
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