Operating Radio Frequency Antennas Immersed in Vacuum: Implications for Ground-Testing Plasma Thrusters
Several of the challenges associated with operating the radio frequency (RF) antenna of the Helicon Double Layer Thruster (HDLT) prototype immersed in a vacuum have been discussed. Antennas immersed in vacuum can come into contact with the plasma and, if
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