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High pulse repetition frequency operation of a W-band Gyro-TWA based on a cusp electron beam source

He, W. and Donaldson, C. R. and Zhang, L. and McElhinney, P. and Yin, H. and Garner, J. and Ronald, K. and Cross, A. W. and Phelps, A. D R (2016) High pulse repetition frequency operation of a W-band Gyro-TWA based on a cusp electron beam source. In: 41st International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Waves, IRMMW-THz 2016. Proceedings International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves . IEEE Computer Society Press, Piscataway. ISBN 9781467384858

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    The components of a W-band gyro-TWA including input coupler, output window, corrugated output mode converter, pulsed power system and water-cooled beam dump are being upgraded to achieve an output power of 5 kW and a high pulse repetition rate of 2 kHz for cloud radar applications. Latest results of the W-band gyro-TWA with a helically corrugated waveguide and a cusp electron gun are presented.