|Sep7-12, 11:47 AM||#1|
What is a High Gradient RF Structure
Can anyone tell me what a high gradient RF structure is?
I think it is referring to the strength of say an electric field in a structure oscillating at radio frequency but I am not sure.
I would appreciate any explanation.
|Sep7-12, 04:11 PM||#2|
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