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Radio Frequency Oscillations in Gyrotropic Nonlinear Transmission Lines

Institute for Plasma Electronics and New Acceleration Methods, National Science Center ‘KIPT’, National Academy of Sciences, 61108 Kharkov, Ukraine
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Plasma 2019, 2(2), 258-271; https://doi.org/10.3390/plasma2020018
Received: 16 January 2019 / Revised: 3 June 2019 / Accepted: 4 June 2019 / Published: 8 June 2019
(This article belongs to the Special Issue High-Power Microwave and Plasma Interactions)
The paper considers the quasi-monochromatic radio frequency oscillations that are observable in transmission lines of doubly connected cross-sections, partially filled with a magnetized ferrite. The frequencies and amplitudes of the oscillations appearing under the impact of short carrier-free electric pulses are determined by dispersive and non-linear properties of the line’s structure. The dispersion characteristics are governed by the geometry and size of the line and the spatial arrangement in the line of the ferromagnetic material with its intrinsic dispersion. The dependences shown by the oscillation parameters in real physical experiments are reproduced and analyzed via numerical simulation within models which account separately for different physical properties of the material and the structure. View Full-Text
Keywords: gyrotropic medium; transmission line; pulsed signal; radio frequencies; dispersion; nonlinearity gyrotropic medium; transmission line; pulsed signal; radio frequencies; dispersion; nonlinearity
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Karelin, S.Y.; Krasovitsky, V.B.; Magda, I.I.; Mukhin, V.S.; Sinitsin, V.G. Radio Frequency Oscillations in Gyrotropic Nonlinear Transmission Lines. Plasma 2019, 2, 258-271.

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