We study the small signal regime of Cyclotron Auto-Resonance Maser (CARM), using different computational tools. The analysis is motivated by the necessity of an accurate benchmarking of the design parameter for the CARM device under construction at ENEA Frascati center. The main goal is that of comparing the results from three different procedures, the analytical formulation and two different numerical items: the home-made code GRAAL (Gyrotron Radiation Auto-Resonance Amplification Laser) and the, commercially available, software package CST. We prove the substantial consistence between the different methods and comment on the reasons leading to the discrepancies. The extension to the non-linear regime is finally touched on.

The Cyclotron Auto-Resonance Maser: Analytical and numerical study

Dattoli G.;Di Palma E.
2020

Abstract

We study the small signal regime of Cyclotron Auto-Resonance Maser (CARM), using different computational tools. The analysis is motivated by the necessity of an accurate benchmarking of the design parameter for the CARM device under construction at ENEA Frascati center. The main goal is that of comparing the results from three different procedures, the analytical formulation and two different numerical items: the home-made code GRAAL (Gyrotron Radiation Auto-Resonance Amplification Laser) and the, commercially available, software package CST. We prove the substantial consistence between the different methods and comment on the reasons leading to the discrepancies. The extension to the non-linear regime is finally touched on.
CARM; Free electron laser; Gyrotron; Self amplified spontaneous emission
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