Publication 1588

Foerster H. von & Weinstein M. (1956) Space Charge Effects in Dense, Velocity Modulated Electron Beams. Journal of Applied Physics 27: 344–346.
By assuming the bunching process of electrons in the drift region of a klystron as being space periodic, rather than time periodic, it is possible to describe the debunching mechanism in a finite diameter beam on a large signal basis. It is shown that such beams have a discrete spectrum of oscillations with the plasma frequency as series limits. This makes it impossible to assign a unique bunching parameter to all electrons. These results check with a velocity‐phase analysis of high‐density electron beams carried out with a beam analyzer at a frequency of 3000 Mc.
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