[TCML] Klystron use?
stephenhiscock at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 9 20:53:06 MDT 2009
Well that's exactly what Klystrons are used and designed for..
They are designed as amplifiers to drive resonators or transmitters etc
that allow you to boost a signal while controlling the phase, amplitude
and frequency etc...
They could be used to drive telsa coils - but are usually designed to
operate in the hundreds of megahertz or gigahertz range...
but like any thing they could be adapted for other uses....
Harold Weiss wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> There has been one resonator (cavity not coil) built that I know of
> using a klystron to drive it. It was done at a university somewhere
> pre 2000 if I remember right. The resonator was pretty good size,
> around 2' in diameter and 8-9' tall. That's about all I remember
> about it from the pics.
> David E Weiss
>> Has anyone ever built a tube coil using a klystron?
>> Would the Klystrons (there are 3) from a 1987 Harriss 120UX
>> transmitter be
>> suitable for such an application?
>> AFAIK the tubes would be tuned for transmitting a standard television
>> on Channel 28.
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