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X band bifrequency coaxial relativistic backward wave oscillator
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An idea of azimuthally dividing the slow wave structure (SWS) of a relativistic backward wave oscillator (RBWO) into two parts is introduced to realize a bifrequency oscillation. To enhance the stability of this device, two sectorial waveguides are inserted into the SWS specially. The synchronization condition that is necessary to get a sustainable microwave output is derived. In Particle in cell simulation, bifrequency microwave at frequencies of 9.7 GHz and 9.87 GHz is generated with average power of 0.66 GW, conversion efficiency is 15.8% when beam voltage is 520 kV and current 8 kA.
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