# Cavity Resonators – 2

2. The cavity resonator :

(a) is equivalent to an LC resonant circuit
(b) in a reflect klystron has its output taken from the reflector plate
(c) produces a frequency which is independent of the cavity size
(d) has a low Q factor for narrow operation

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