Multimoded Compact Delay Lines for Applications in High Power RF Pulse Compression Systems

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Pulse compression systems for future linear colliders, such as NLC and JLC, involve hundreds of kilometers of waveguide runs. These waveguides are highly overmoded to reduce the rf losses. Reducing the length of these waveguide by loading them with irises increase the losses of the system. Also, loading makes the waveguide depressive, and rf pulse shapes get distorted. In this paper we present a novel idea for utilizing the waveguides several times by using different modes. All the modes being used have low-loss characteristics. We describe mechanically simple mode transducers that switch the propagation mode from one configuration to another ... continued below

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Tantawi, S.G. & /SLAC July 11, 2005.

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Pulse compression systems for future linear colliders, such as NLC and JLC, involve hundreds of kilometers of waveguide runs. These waveguides are highly overmoded to reduce the rf losses. Reducing the length of these waveguide by loading them with irises increase the losses of the system. Also, loading makes the waveguide depressive, and rf pulse shapes get distorted. In this paper we present a novel idea for utilizing the waveguides several times by using different modes. All the modes being used have low-loss characteristics. We describe mechanically simple mode transducers that switch the propagation mode from one configuration to another with no observable dispersion. We compare our theoretical designs with experimental data.

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  • 8th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC 2002), Paris, France, 6/3/2002-6/7/2002

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Tantawi, S.G. & /SLAC. Multimoded Compact Delay Lines for Applications in High Power RF Pulse Compression Systems, article, July 11, 2005; [Menlo Park, California]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc874423/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.