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Equivalent circuit parameters can be found horn the field coupling coefficients to include in a coupled transmission line analysis of the structure. IV. SUMMARY We are pursuing a new accelerator technology, the dielectric wall accelerator (DWA). This technology is potentially an ultra compact accekrator/pulsed power driver. This new accelerator relies on three new components an ultra-high gradient insulator, an asymmetric Blumle@ and low jitter switches. In this repo~ we fmsed our attention on the first two components of the DWA system: the insulators and the asymmetric Bhunlein.

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02 Figure 30- Coupling between center layer on stack 1 to center layer on stack 2 In the dielectric waif accelerator several conductors maybe located cm each dielectric layer leading to a configuration such as that shown in Figure 27. In this geometry if the gap between adjacent layers is sufficiently close the mutual coupling between transmission lines can be substantially increased. In this case we still drive the center transmission line (line number 10) on stack number 1 and determine the cuupling coefficients to the other transmission lines.