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ANALYSIS AND MEASUREMENT OF CROSS TALK IN A SUPERCONDUCTING CAVITY.

By Y. ZHAO

Abstract

A superconducting cavity used in a microwave gun requires that the launcher and the pickup probes be on the same side of the cavity, which causes direct coupling between them, or crosstalk. At room temperature, the crosstalk causes serious distortion of the RF response. This note addresses the phenomenon, the simulation results and the analysis, so that one can extract the desired information from the confusing signal

Topics: Data Analysis, Coupling, 43 Particle Accelerators, Computerized Simulation, Superconducting Cavity Resonators, Rf Systems, Microwave Radiation
Publisher: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Year: 2002
DOI identifier: 10.2172/806646
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Provided by: UNT Digital Library
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