A Cable Transducer for Measuring Angular Electron Distributions at the Output of High-Power Accelerators

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A transducer for measuring angular distributions of pulsed electron beams extracted from high-power accelerators into air is described. The transducer is made of an PK75-9-13 radio-frequency cable and contains a collimator with a small solid angle (∼0.01 sr) and receiving electrode (cable conductor). By using a set of the transducers, the spatial-angular distribution of electrons in beams of ИГУР-3 and ЭМИР-М directaction accelerators at the All-Russia Research Institute of Technical Physics has been measured. The background radiation contribution to the measured signal is taken into account by using separate transducers in the same shot.

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