Development of a 75-watt 60-GHz traveling-wave tube for intersatellite communications

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Other titlesDevelopment of a 75 watt 60 GHz traveling-wave tube for intersatellite communication.
StatementA.L. Rousseau, I. Tammaru, and J.P. Vaszari.
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 182135., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-182135.
ContributionsTammaru, I., Vaszari, J. P., Lewis Research Center.
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FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15289728M

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Generalized three-dimensional simulation of ferruled coupled-cavity traveling-wave-tube dispersion and impedance characteristics for intersatellite Communications. IEDM Watt GHz. This program covers the initial design and development of a 75 watt, 60 GHz traveling-wave tube for intersatellite communications.

The objective frequency band was 59 to 64 GHz, with a minimum. This program covers the initial design and development of a 75 watt, 60 GHz traveling-wave tube for intersatellite communications.

The objective frequency band was 59 to 64 GHz, with a minimum tube gain of 35 dB.

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