Devices in the output section of a satellite payload, including filters and multiplexers are subject to high RF power. This could lead to RF breakdown, which may render the specific device useless and, in the end, degrades the reliability of the satellite. Therefore all space high power devices have to be analyzed with regards to their breakdown behavior. This application note shows how CST STUDIO SUITE® and SPARK3D® can be used to investigate these effects via simulation.
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Microfabricated Folded Waveguide for Broadband Traveling Wave Tube Application
With the need for miniaturization when going to higher frequencies, microfabrication is becoming increasingly popular in the vacuum tube community. Circuits created by conventional fabrication techniques are not robust enough. Therefore a microfabricated...
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