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Ya. Ender et al. 2. 4). In particular, in case of the aperiodical instability this relation allows to "nd a dependence of the growth rate on the parameters , < and . Undoubtedly, such dependencies can be also used to plot the boundary lines separating aperiodically stable and unstable solutions. 1. As noted above, Eq. (67) turned into the dispersion relation if one substitutes the relation (44), connecting the transit time ¹ with and , into it. The aperiodical stability of solutions may hence be studied directly from the dispersion relation (67) by taking to be real, and the boundary of instability is found from the condition " "0.

93). Line 1 is also the right boundary of the monotonically decreasing PDs for small 's. This line corresponds to the positions of the potential minima with zero electric "eld strength at the collector. Line 4 continues line 1. 1/2. The determining equation for line 4 is obtained from Eqs. 1! (97) Nonre#ective wavy PDs (Fig. 2a) lie in the region bounded by lines 1 and the straight line 2 which is described by the equation "1. The position of the leftmost point of line 2 lies at the intersection of lines 1 and 2 and is found from Eq.

1! )]! , (92c) 2A where S( ) is given by (83). To summarize this section, we have shown that the equilibrium states of the nonneutralized beam plasme diode can be obtained by a linear transformation of the states of the generalized Pierce diode ( "1; < arbitrary). The transformation is given by (75) and (78) in all cases. erent situations only the shift has to be adapted since it generally depends on and , as seen from (81), (83), (87) and (90). Due to the linearity of the transformation extrema are mapped onto itself and each subregion, in which the potential is monotonic, has its counterpart after transformation.