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Benford J., Swegle J.A., Schamiloglu E. High Power Microwaves

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Benford J., Swegle J.A., Schamiloglu E. High Power Microwaves
Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2016. — 443 p.
Discusses the key criteria that must be fulfilled for emerging applications of HPMs.
Explains how high power sources work.
Clarifies HPM capabilities and limitations on performance.
Describes the broad fundamental issues for each class of HPM sources.
Incorporates a new chapter on beamless sources that covers nonlinear transmission lines for the first time.
Contains a chapter devoted to vircators, motivated by resurging interest in this device.
Incorporates the HPM formulary of practical equations for everyday work.
Uses a format suitable for classroom instruction with updated problems in each chapter.
Includes references and guidance to the literature for readers seeking more details.
Solutions to the problems are available at jamesbenford.com.
Following in the footsteps of its popular predecessors, High Power Microwaves, Third Edition continues to provide a wide-angle, integrated view of the field of high power microwaves (HPMs). This third edition includes significant updates in every chapter as well as a new chapter on beamless systems that covers nonlinear transmission lines.
Written by an experimentalist, a theorist, and an applied theorist, respectively, the book offers complementary perspectives on different source types. The authors address.
How HPM relates historically and technically to the conventional microwave field.
The possible applications for HPM and the key criteria that HPM devices have to meet in order to be applied.
How high power sources work, including their performance capabilities and limitations.
The broad fundamental issues to be addressed in the future for a wide variety of source types.
The book is accessible to several audiences. Researchers currently in the field can widen their understanding of HPM. Present or potential users of microwaves will discover the advantages of the dramatically higher power levels that are being made available. Newcomers to the field can pursue further research. Decision makers in direct energy acquisition and related fields, such as radar, communications, and high energy physics, can see how developments in HPM will affect them.
List of Acronyms.
Preface xv.
Authors.
Introduction.
Origins of HPM.
HPM Operating Regimes.
Future Directions in HPM.
Previous Trends.
New Trends.
Further Reading.
References
.
Designing High Power Microwave Systems.
Systems Approach to High Power Microwaves.
Looking at Systems.
Linking Components into a System.
Systems Issues.
Scoping an Advanced System.
Conclusion.
Problems.
References
.
High Power Microwave Applications.
Introduction.
HPM Weapons.
High-Power Radar.
Power Beaming.
Space Propulsion.
Plasma Heating.
Particle Accelerators.
Problems.
References
.
Microwave Fundamentals.
Introduction.
Basic Concepts in Electromagnetics.
Waveguides.
Periodic Slow-Wave Structures.
Cavities.
Intense Relativistic Electron Beams.
Rotating Magnetically Insulated Electron Layers.
Microwave-Generating Interactions.
Amplifiers and Oscillators, High- and Low-Current Operating Regimes.
Phase and Frequency Control.
Multispectral Sources.
Summary.
Problems.
References
.
Enabling Technologies.
Introduction.
Pulsed Power.
Electron Beam Generation and Propagation.
Microwave Pulse Compression.
Antennas and Propagation.
Diagnostics.
Computational Techniques.
HPM Facilities.
Further Reading.
Problems.
References
.
Beamless Systems.
Introduction.
UWB Systems.
Nonlinear Transmission Lines.
Conclusion.
Problems.
References
.
Relativistic Magnetrons and MILOs.
Introduction.
History.
Design Principles.
Operational Features.
Research and Development Issues.
Fundamental Limitations.
MILOs.
Crossed-Field Amplifiers.
Summary.
Problems.
References
.
BWOs, MWCGs, and O-Type Cerenkov Devices.
Introduction.
History.
Design Principles.
Operational Features.
Research and Development Issues.
Fundamental Limitations.
Summary.
Problems.
References
.
Klystrons and Reltrons.
Introduction.
History.
Design Principles.
Operational Features.
Research and Development Issues.
Fundamental Limitations.
Summary.
Problems.
References
.
Vircators.
Introduction.
Vircator History.
Vircator Design Principles.
Operational Features.
Double-Anode Vircators.
Cavity Vircators.
Feedback Vircators.
Coaxial Vircators.
Phase Locking Vircators.
Applications and Limitations of Vircators.
Problems.
References
.
Gyrotrons, Electron Cyclotron Masers, and Free-Electron Lasers.
Introduction.
Gyrotrons and ECMs.
Free-Electron Lasers.
Summary.
Problems.
References
.
Appendix. High Power Microwave Formulary.
Index.
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