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- n. Plural form of klystron.
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Microwave generators, called klystrons, can be pulled out of inexpensive ovens and wired together to create a relatively small weapon, O'Kuma said.
The superstructure houses the klystrons that feed microwave power to the tube.
My father touched one of the klystrons and said, Dr. Benson, I assume I will be able to direct some collisions.
Instead of exciting the accelerating cavities using klystrons, they are excited, using a low energy, high current electron-drive beam.
Through continuous innovations in tube design and processing, these corporations established themselves as the preeminent US producers of klystrons, carcinotrons, and travelling wave tubes.
Physics and theory of the interaction of electron beams with electromagnetic fields in quasi-stationary systems (e.g., diodes, klystrons)
He was inventor of the Pierce Gun, a vacuum tube that transmits electrons and is used in satellites and, among other things, the klystrons that power the Stanford Linear Accelerator.