I am trying to design a coaxial
line that fits the geometry of the power coupling
port of a cavity. RF power to be fed is at 300MHz
to 330MHz, pulsed at 2ms at 50pulses per sec(pps)
of peak RF power 1MW. Coaxial line in air, cavity
is in vacuum.
First thing i thought was,
to find out what industrial coaxial lines are rated:
From this catalogue, i suppose
none of them is possible for my application... because:
if you look at the tables on the right of each
coaxial line specs, at 300MHz to 400MHz, the max.
average power that can be withstood is 300kW, i.e.
peak of 600kW even using the 9" coax line.
OR, am i looking at the wrong specs please???
what about on the table on the left where is mentions
the peak power rating is 1.560MW for the 4-1/8"
what should i look at please?
i am confused.....
i look forward to hear
from anyone regarding this matter... Thank you for
your kind attention.