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Introduction to the Physics of Gyrotrons

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Introduction to the Physics of Gyrotrons
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Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
ISBN-13: 9781421427645
Number of pages: 338

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Gregory S. Nusinovich, an early pioneer of the gyrotron and widely regarded today as the world's leading authority on the subject, explains the fundamental physical principles upon which gyrotrons and related devices operate. He explains not only the theory, linear and nonlinear, but also the practical challenges that users of such devices face.

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