TECHNOLOGIES & APPLICATIONS
A HIGH-POWER RELATIVISTIC MICROWAVE REPETITIVE PULSE GENERATOR
A high-power relativistic
pulse generator SINUS-500
The microwave generator is a relativistic backward wave oscillator with a nanosecond electron beam produced by the SINUS high-current repetitive pulsed accelerator.
|Wavelength||~ 3 cm|
|Pulsed power MW||~ 500|
|Pulse duration ns||~ 15|
|Output pulse structure Gaussian or other by customer's request||Gaussian or other by customer's request|
|Pulse repetition rate||up to 200 Hz|
|1.||Single pulse mode|
|2.||Burst mode with the pulse repetition rate up to 200 Hz,|
the burst duration 1 s, and the burst interval 3 min.
|3.||Continuous mode with the pulse repetition rate up to 200 Hz|
and the continuous operation time 1 h.
|4.||Generator input power|
|- in the single pulse mode|
- in the burst mode
- in the continuous mode
The microwave generator can be used as a stationary laboratory setup or as a mobile unit. The mobile version of the generator can be placed in a standard 6x2.5x2.1 m, 25-ton master container.
The system is controlled electronically. The control boards are made conform to the PC standard. The software is designed to operate in the Microsoft Windows.
For further information please contact:
Vladislav V. Rostov
Dr. Sci. (Phys. & Math.),
Tel.: (3822) 49-16-41
Fax: (3822) 49-21-34
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