In the Philips Laboratory a range of pulsed magnetrons [l] has been developed chiefly with the aim to attain the shortest possible operating wavelength with the aid of these conventional tubes. The tube with the shortest wavelength in this range is a magnetron for 2.5 mm wave-length. In this paper we shall give the most significant data of this 2.5 mm tube and those of its predecessor, a magnetron for 4 mm wave-length. One particular aspect of this development will be considered in more detail.
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- Pulsed magnetrons for 4 and 2.5 MM wavelength
G. H. Plantinga
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