Two novel circuits used to amplify electric pulses by the coupling of transmission lines of different characteristic impedance are described. The circuits are intended for doubling voltage pulses and for doubling current pulses. The former is composed by a R0 transmission line closed on a set of two 2R0 storage lines connected in parallel, while the latter is composed by a R0 transmission line closed on a set of two R0/2 storage lines connected in series. The length of every storage line is half of input-pulse length. In both circuits, one storage line is characterized by an open extremity and the other line by a closed extremity. Connecting opportunely the storage lines to suitable load resistors, 4R0 and R0/4, for the circuit having parallel and series connected lines, respectively, a twice of the pulse intensity is obtained. Such devices are very suitable to generate high intensity voltage and/or current peaks which are very interesting in the field of the accelerators. Both circuit behaviours have been theoretically studied and verified by computer simulations

Novel pulse amplifying circuits by different characteristic impedance transmission lines

BELLONI, fabio;DORIA, Domenico;LORUSSO, ANTONELLA;NASSISI, Vincenzo
2006

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Two novel circuits used to amplify electric pulses by the coupling of transmission lines of different characteristic impedance are described. The circuits are intended for doubling voltage pulses and for doubling current pulses. The former is composed by a R0 transmission line closed on a set of two 2R0 storage lines connected in parallel, while the latter is composed by a R0 transmission line closed on a set of two R0/2 storage lines connected in series. The length of every storage line is half of input-pulse length. In both circuits, one storage line is characterized by an open extremity and the other line by a closed extremity. Connecting opportunely the storage lines to suitable load resistors, 4R0 and R0/4, for the circuit having parallel and series connected lines, respectively, a twice of the pulse intensity is obtained. Such devices are very suitable to generate high intensity voltage and/or current peaks which are very interesting in the field of the accelerators. Both circuit behaviours have been theoretically studied and verified by computer simulations
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