Accession Number : AD0469926
Title : MULTIPLE QUANTUM TRANSITION DEVICE FEASIBILITY STUDY.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 20Mar 64-20 Mar 65,
Corporate Author : KANE ENGINEERING LABS PALO ALTO CA
Personal Author(s) : Wilson, Robert N.
Report Date : SEP 1965
Pagination or Media Count : 174
Abstract : Density matrix methods are used to formulate the equation of motion of multi-level molecular objects in a form suitable for the analysis of coherent frequency multiplication. Variables closely related to physical observable are introduced to reduce the equations of motion to a more lucid and tractable form. The theory of frequency tripling utilizing two-level systems is developed for cavity type extended-interaction electromagnetic structures. This development which makes use of a combination of truncation approximation and resonance approximation serves as a model for the treatment of three and four-level molecules. The analysis also represents a first attempt at a complete design theory for frequency multiplication in extended-interaction structures. (Author)
Descriptors : (*FREQUENCY CONVERTERS, MOLECULAR ELECTRONICS), (*QUANTUM THEORY, MOLECULAR STRUCTURE), RADIOFREQUENCY, SOLID STATE PHYSICS, FREQUENCY MULTIPLIERS, MOTION, EQUATIONS, MOLECULAR PROPERTIES, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, MASERS, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, ELECTROMAGNETISM, ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES, DENSITY, ABSORPTION, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, MATHEMATICAL PREDICTION, C BAND, K BAND.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE