# The Analytical Design of a Folded Waveguide Traveling Wave Tube and Small Signal Gain Analysis Using Madey's Theorem

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...The design of a folded waveguide is quite straightforward using analytical methods [24]....

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...to its outstanding combined performances in power capacity and bandwidth, traveling-wave tube (TWT) is one of the most important millimeter-wave amplifiers [2–9]....

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...and the coupled-cavity structure have periodic reactive load that can reduce the velocity of the EM wave traveling across the path [18, 19]....

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...The results obtained using the small signal gain analysis using Madey’s theorem would now be compared with the work done by Bhattacharjee [3]....

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...Bhattacharjee has performed simulations on the design of FWTWT sources for Terahertz radiation, using state of the art TWT softwares [3]....

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...Bhattacharjee’s simulations were performed with the state of the art TWT softwares (MAFIA, TW3 and CHRISTINE), and gave an electronic gain of about 13 dB at a frequency of 542 GHz [3]....

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...The FWTWT dimensions used so that the results can be compared with Bhattacharjee’s work [3]....

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...FWTWT uses an electric field plane (E-plane) bend rectangular waveguide, as can be seen in Figure 1 [3]....

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