|Capacitance (uf)||0.1000 ~ 5.0000|
|Peak Charge Voltage||2500|
|Description||Polyethylene - Temp Range -60°C to +75°C|
|PPS per 10C Rise||...|
TYPE ‘E’ PULSE FORMING NETWORKS: Commonly used for radar and missile applications in circuits which convert direct current or sinusoidal alternating current to unidirectional square pulses at high energy levels for short durations having equal capacitance per mesh and mutual inductance between adjacent coils.
Activating the switch discharges the capacitor energy through the inductors of the pulse forming network, resulting in a flat topped wave across R. The squareness of the wave is a function of the number of meshes, provided the external circuit is nonreactive. In addition, the energy stored in the network will be dissipate into the load R1 when it matches the characteristic impedance of the pulse forming network. Furthermore, the voltage appearing across the load is one-half the voltage at which the network is charged.