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By G.-Y. Liu, L.-H. Zhang, and H.-C. Yang

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PCSS low jitter trigger can reach 65 ps in the condition of high bias electric under the non-liner mode [1-5]; high power transient pulse can be gained by virtue of it. The high power transient pulse in-phase characteristic and other tenets are verified by testing axial electric field strength and axial energy density, which is energy per area at the antenna main radiation direction. In the experiment, axial electric field strength and energy density of antenna array measured in different conditions indicate that axial electric field strength is proportional to the number of antenna elements and the energy density is proportional to the square of the number of radiation units, which means the transient electromagnetic pulses could synthesize in phase perfectly.

G.-Y. Liu, L.-H. Zhang, and H.-C. Yang, "High Power Electromagnetic Transient Pulse in-Phase Synthesis," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 8, 19-24, 2009.

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