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invention of the traveling-wave tube.
|Series||History of technology monographs|
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|Pagination||iii, 30 p.|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||64021124|
Pierce’s book Traveling-Wave Tubes was published in Kompfner received a doctorate in physics from Oxford in and joined Pierce’s group at the Bell Laboratories the same year. Continuing work he had started in England, Kompfner developed a backward-wave oscillator and amplifier which could be tuned electronically. Pierce, "Traveling-Wave Tubes", New York: van Nostrand Co., ] He later recounted that "Rudy Kompfner invented the traveling-wave tube, but I discovered it." According to Kompfner's book, the statement "Rudi invented the traveling-wave tube, and John discovered it" was due to Dr. Eugene G. Fubini, quoted in "The New Yorker" "Profile" on.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kompfner, Rudolf. Invention of the traveling-wave tube. San Francisco, San Francisco Press  (OCoLC) A traveling-wave tube (TWT, pronounced "twit") or traveling-wave tube amplifier (TWTA, pronounced "tweeta") is a specialized vacuum tube that is used in electronics to amplify radio frequency (RF) signals in the microwave range.
The TWT belongs to a category of "linear beam" tubes, such as the klystron, in which the radio wave is amplified by absorbing power from a beam of electrons as it. A traveling-wave tube (TWT) is an electronic device used to amplify radio frequency signals to high power, usually in an electronic assembly known as a traveling-wave tube amplifier (TWTA).
The bandwidth of a broadband TWT can be as high as three octaves, although tuned (narrowband) versions exist, and operating frequencies range from MHz to 50 GHz. According to Kompfner's book, the statement "Rudi invented the traveling-wave tube, and John discovered it" was due to Dr.
Eugene G. Fubini, quoted in The New Yorker "Profile" on Pierce, Septem Pierce is widely credited for saying "Nature abhors a vacuum tube", but Pierce attributed that quip to Myron : Stuart Ballantine Medal (), IEEE. Traveling-wave tube explained. A traveling-wave tube (TWT, pronounced "twit") or traveling-wave tube amplifier (TWTA, pronounced "tweeta") is a specialized vacuum tube that is used in electronics to amplify radio frequency (RF) signals in the microwave range.
The TWT belongs to a category of "linear beam" tubes, such as the klystron, in which the radio wave is amplified by absorbing power from. But the fruitful outcome was the invention of the traveling-wave tube, while trying to make a better klystrom amplifier for radar re- ceivers.
His fundamental idea the continuous interaction of an electron stream and an electromagnetic wave of the same velocity traveling along a helix was ingenious, and the realization worked.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: The beginning --Protecting Britain --Invention of the klystron --Invention of the cavity magnetron --World War II --Invention of the traveling wave tube --Invention of the backward wave oscillator --Invention of the Ubitron --Gyrotrons --Post-World War II.
Traveling-wave tube containing an electron gun, slowing down the system, consisting of a chain of linked cavities, input and output waveguide transitions with sealing dielectric plate, the focusing system in the form of electrical or permanent magnets and a collector, wherein the input and output waveguide transitions connected quarter wave.
Kompfner, and none as Rudolf. Rudi's success in a field that he himself chose is indubi- table; it is attested by numerous honors. In the Physical Society awarded him its Duddell Medal for his invention of the traveling-wave tube.
This led him to give a lecture and later to write a book on The Invention of the Traveling-Wave Size: 1MB. Millimeter-Wave Gyrotron Traveling-Wave Tube Amplifiers - Kindle edition by Du, Chao-Hai, Liu, Pu-Kun.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Millimeter-Wave Gyrotron Traveling-Wave Tube cturer: Springer. You can read his account of the invention in his book, The Invention of the Traveling-Wave Tube-that is, if you can find a copy.
A continuing theme of the book is that Rudi not only speculated; he built things, and he made measurements, looking for the expected and sometimes finding the unexpected. The team collected and read hundreds of papers on the history and evolution of the traveling-wave tube. First introduced in the s, a TWT is a relatively simple piece of equipment used for transmitting data across long distances, including the vast expanses of space.
The true history of the traveling wave tube. albeit non-exhaustively, circumstances and contexts that led to its invention, and its part in the worldwide (in particular in Europe) expansion of. Figure 3. Calculation of the dependence of VSWR with frequency for slow broadband system single lamp traveling wave.
Information confirming the possibility of carrying out the invention. Traveling-wave tube shown in figure 1, contains the following devices: electronic gun 1; - slowing down the system in the form of a chain connected resonators 2. Rudolf Kompfner (–), U.S. – Traveling-wave tube Konstantin Konstantinov ( or –), Russia – device for measuring flight speed of projectiles, ballistic rocket pendulum, launch pad, rocket-making machine.
Since the invention of TWT, New Model of a Travelling-Wave Tube 4 of 4. Citations (1) The following material on traveling-wave lubes is taken from a book which will be published by Van. These devices operate on different principles from low-frequency vacuum tubes, using the ballistic motion of electrons in a vacuum under the influence of controlling electric or magnetic fields, and include the magnetron (used in microwave ovens), klystron, traveling-wave tube (TWT), and gyrotron.
They are also used in microwave linear beam vacuum tubes such as klystrons, inductive output. Microwave Hall of Fame Part II. Go back to the first page of the Microwave Hall of Fame. In Kompfner invented the traveling wave tube, although his lab notebook shows he had the field lines sketched sketched incorrectly about the helix.
He moved to the United States after the war and worked at Bell Labs with John Pierce on other. A traveling wave tube (TWT) is an electronic device used to amplify high-power radio frequency signals.
The TWT was invented by Rudolf Kompfner in a British radar lab during World War II, and refined by Kompfner and John Pierce at Bell Labs. Both of them have written books on the device. According to Kompfner’s book, the statement "Rudi invented the traveling-wave tube, and John discovered it" was due to Dr.
Eugene G. Fubini, quoted in The New Yorker "Profile" on Pierce, Septem Pierce is widely credited for saying "Nature abhors a vacuum tube", but Pierce attributed that quip to Myron Glass.Classical Microwave Tube Types 3 Overview of This Book 8 References 9 CHAPTER 2 STATIC FIELDS PRODUCED BY ELECTRONS 11 The Invention and Basic Operation of the Klystron Traveling Wave Magnetrons Operation of the Traveling Wave Magnetron This practical reference serves as an excellent introduction for newcomers to the field and offers established tube engineers a comprehensive refresher.
Professionals find coverage of all major tube classifications, including klystrons, traveling wave tubes (TWTs).