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W-Band Free-Electron Lasers for High-Gradient Structure Research


We analyze two designs for W-Band free electron lasers for application as laboratory instruments in the study of millimeter wave accelerators at high gradient. The first design is based on the linear induction accelerator LELIA (CEA/CESTA, France), employs a 1- kA, 80-ns electron pulse, and corresponds to a helical TE11 200MW W-Band amplifier design. We analyze also a W-Band planar ubitron design making use of a SLAC-modulator, operating with a 480 kV, 300 A, sheet beam gun and producing a 5 MW, 1mus pulse.

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