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7th Pulsed Power Conference
Pulse transformers are often used in pulsed power for high voltage generation. Unfortunately, due to their transfer characteristics, transformers degrade the input pulse (i.e. limit the risetime, droop exponentially, etc). For low impedance (less than a few tens of Ohms) and long output pulse (on the order of a few microseconds) applications, it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to use pulse transformers. We describe in this paper pulse forming networks ( PFNs) which are droopdoi:10.1109/ppc.1989.767436 fatcat:6f6ypbekqfddlfcwfgpeiq7esu