Publications

Publications  Journals: 

  1. Moritz Pilossof , Moshe Einat, “High-Average-Power Second Harmonic W-Band Gyrotron With Room-Temperature Solenoid“, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices,  Volume: 67, Issue: 4, Page: 1804 – 1807 , 2020.
  2. Moshe Witman, Eviatar Avraham, Roey Ben-Moshe, Moritz Pilossof, Moshe Einat, “Long-Pulse Uncooled Copper Magnet for Gyrotron ” ,  IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices,  Volume: 66, Issue: 11, Page: 4928-4931 , 2019.
  3. Yafit Orbach, Matan Oren, Aviv Golan, Moshe Einat, “Reluctance Launcher Coil-Gun Simulations and Experiment“, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, VOL. 47, NO. 2, FEBRUARY 2019
  4. Moritz Pilossof and Moshe Einat, “95-GHz Gyrotron With Room Temperature dc Solenoid“,  IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices,  Volume: 65, Issue: 8 , 2018
  5. Stela Aronov, Moshe Einat, Olga Furman, Moritz Pilossof, Konstantin Komoshvili, Roey Ben-Moshe, Asher Yahalom & Jacob Levitan, “Millimeter-wave insertion loss of mice skin“, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Nov 2017.
  6. A. Etinger, M. Pilossof, B. Litvak, D. Hardon, M. Einat, B. Kapilevich and Y. Pinhasi, “Characterization of a Schottky Diode Rectenna for Millimeter Wave Power Beaming Using High Power Radiation Sources“, ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA A, Vol. 131 (2017)
  7. Haim Hirshbein, Vladimir Prohorets, Aviv Golan, and Moshe Einat, “A Trial Experiment on Water-Cooled 1.8-T 50% Duty Solenoid“, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices,  Volume: PP, Issue: 99 , 2017
  8. Aviv Golan and Moshe Einat, “ High-Power Millimeter Wave Direct Detection by Glow Discharge Detector“, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES,  Volume: 64, Issue: 6, June 2017
  9. Yafit Orbach, Tuviya Nissan, Yedidya Bauer, Moritz Pilossof, Moshe Einat, “Experimental Study of 50-kV/3.5-A Hollow Electron Beam Produced by Ferroelectric Cathode“, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, Volume: 63, Issue: 5, 2016
  10. Eviatar Avraham, Roey Ben-Moshe, Moritz Pilossof, Moshe Einat, “Frequency-Replaceable Ferroelectric Cathode Gyrotron for the Entire Ka-Band Using Replaceable Resonator“, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, Volume: 63, Issue: 5, 2016.
  11. Yedidya Bauer and Moshe Einat, ” Spaced Bitter Solenoid Design for a Continuous Wave 95-GHz Gyrotron“, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, VOL. 63, NO. 3, MARCH 2016
  12. Roey Ben Moshe, V. L. Bratman, and Moshe Einat, “A Long Cavity With Reduced Diffraction Q for Subterahertz and Terahertz Gyrotrons“, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, VOL. 43, NO. 8, AUGUST 2015
  13. Moritz Pilossof and Moshe Einat “A 95 GHz mid-power gyrotron for medical applications measurements“, Review of Scientific Instruments 86, 016113,2015.
  14. Yafit Orbach, Moritz Pilossof, and Moshe Einat, “Ferroelectric Cathode Electron Emission Dependence on Magnetic Field“, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, 2014
  15. Dmitri Borodin and Moshe Einat, “Copper Solenoid Design for the Continuous Operation of a Second Harmonic 95-GHz Gyrotron”, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRON DEVICES, VOL. 61, NO. 9, SEPTEMBER 2014
  16. Dmitri Borodin, Roey Ben-Moshe, and Moshe Einat, “Design of 95 GHz gyrotron based on continuous operation copper solenoid with water cooling  “,  REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, Vol 85, Issue 7, (2014).
  17. Yafit Orbach, Roey Ben-Moshe, Moritz Pilossof, and Moshe Einat, “Gyrotron With Dual Electrode Ferroelectric Cathode Operating at High Repetition Rate and Long Pulse“, Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions, Vol. 61,  Issue 3, pp. 921-925,(2014)
  18. M. Einat, M. Pilossof, R. Ben-Moshe, H. Hirshbein  and D. Borodin, “95-GHz gyrotron with ferroelectric cathode“, Physical Review Letters, Vol. 109, P. 185101 (2012).
  19. R. Ben-Moshe and M. Einat, “23 GHz ferroelectric electron gun based gyrotron“, Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 98, P. 173506 (2011).
  20. M. Pilossof and M. Einat, “Lifetime extension of ferroelectric cathodes for microwave tubes“,  Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Vol. 636, Issue 1, pp. 8-12, (2011).

Publications  Conference:

 

  1. Moritz Pilossof, Moshe Einat, ” 95 GHz gyrotron with water cooled magnet and high average power“, 44th International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz) 2019.
  2. Moshe Einat, Moritz Pilossof, “LONG PULSE 95 GHz GYROTRON WITH ROOM TEMPERATURE SOLENOID” 10th International Conference on Material Technologies and Modeling  MMT-2018, Ariel, Israel, 2018.
  3. Ben-Moshe R., Bratman V., Zavol’sky N., Kalynov Yu., Fedotov A., Einat M, “THE POSSIBILITY OF EFFICIENT SUB-TERAHERTZ SECOND-HARMONIC GENERATION IN LOW-VOLTAGE GYROTRONS “, 10th International Conference on Material Technologies and Modeling  MMT-2018, Ariel, Israel, 2018.
  4. Moshe Einat, Moritz Pilossof, Roey Ben-Moshe, Yafit Orbach, Eviatar Avraham, Haim Hirshbein,  “Gyrotrons at Ariel University“,20th Israeli Conference  on Plasma Science and Applications,Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2018.
  5. Moritz Pilossof and Moshe Einat, “Initial results of 95 GHz gyrotron with water cooled magnet“, 41st International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz waves (IRMMW-THz), Denmark, 2016
  6. Moshe Einat, Yafit Orbach, Eviatar Avraham, Moritz Pilossof, “Ferroelectric cathode for mmw gyrotrons“,41st International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz waves (IRMMW-THz), Denmark, 2016
  7. M. PilossofR. Ben-Moshe and M. Einat, “Mid-Power 95 GHz Gyrotron for Various Applications“,17th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Ariel, Israel, 2015.(PDF)
  8. Eviatar Avraham, Roey Ben-Moshe, Moritz Pilossof and Moshe Einat, “Design and construction of a frequency-replaceable ferroelectric cathode gyrotron for Ka-band“,17th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Ariel, Israel, 2015.(PDF)
  9. Yafit Orbach, Moritz Pilossof and Moshe Einat, “Magnetic field effect on electron beam from a ferroelectric electron gun“,17th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Ariel, Israel, 2015.(PDF)
  10. Yedidya Bauer and Moshe Einat, “Bitter Solenoid for Continuous Operation of a 95 GHz Gyrotron” ,17th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Ariel, Israel, 2015.
  11. Dmitri Borodin, Haim Hirshbein, and Moshe Einat, “Copper solenoid for continuous operation of a 95-GHz gyrotron“,16th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2014.
  12. Yafit Orbach, Moritz Pilossof, Roey Ben-Moshe, Moshe Einat, Shaped beam and long pulse from a ferroelectric cathode with multi front electrode for gyrotron, 16th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 2014.
  13. Moshe Einat, Roey Ben-Moshe, Moritz Pilossof and Haim Hirshbein, Ferroelectric cathode for high-power millimeter wave generationIsrael Vacuum Society conference (IVS 2013), Israel, pp 62.
  14. M. Einat, M. Pilossof, R. Ben-Moshe, H. Hirshbein and D. Borodin, 95GHz gyrotron with ferroelectric cathode, 15th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Holon, Israel, 2013.
  15. M. Einat, Y. Orbach, R. Ben-Moshe, M. Pilossof and H. Hirshbein, FERROELECTRIC CATHODE WITH DUAL FRONT ELECTRODE, 14th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 2012, pp 29.
  16. M. Einat, M. Pilossof, R. Ben-Moshe, H. Hirshbein and D. Borodin, Initial experimental results of 95GHz gyrotron with ferroelectric cathode14th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 2012.
  17. Moshe Einat, Moritz Pilosof, Roey Ben-Moshe, Haim Hirshbein and Dmitri Borodin, 95 GHz gyrotron with ferroelectric cathode Gyrotron, 13th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications’ , Ariel University, Israel, 2011, pp 54.
  18. Moritz Pilossof and Moshe Einat, Extended lifetime of ferroelectric cathode gyrotron tube, 12th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications’ ,Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, 2010, pp 25.
  19. Moshe Einat and Roey Ben-Moshe, Millimeter wave ferroelectric gun based gyrotron, 11th Israeli Conference on Plasma Science and Applications, Hebrew University, Israel, 2009.