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Robert Gibson: Energy interlock system for a linear accelerator. Siemens Medical Laboratories, Spellman Joel and Pelton, July 27, 1982: US04342060 (25 worldwide citation)

The energy interlock system contains a measuring device, a discriminator and a switch. The measuring device determines the level of the particle beam pulses which are emitted by the accelerator. For this purpose it contains a target which is exposed to the particle beam pulses. The discriminator det ...


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Stanley O Schriber: Double pass linear accelerator operating in a standing wave mode. Atomic Energy of Canada, Edward Rymek, February 1, 1977: US04006422 (25 worldwide citation)

A double pass linear accelerator which is used in a radiation therapy unit to provide electron radiation or photon bremsstrahlung radiation when combined with an appropriate target. The accelerator operates in a standing wave mode and includes an accelerating section, a charged particle source and i ...


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David A Brown, David J Hepworth: Multiple beam linear accelerator system. Mevex Corporation, L Anne Kinsman, Borden Ladner Gervais, January 18, 2005: US06844689 (25 worldwide citation)

A multiple beam linear accelerator system and method where two or more accelerator waveguides are driven by a single high power microwave source. A single RF power system is multiplexed to drive the plurality of accelerator waveguides. Each accelerator waveguide is addressed at a different RF freque ...


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Norman H Horwitz: Laser alignment fixture. William Beaumont Hospital, Cullen Sloman Cantor Grauer Scott & Rutherford, September 16, 1980: US04223227 (25 worldwide citation)

In conjunction with a linear accelerator or a cobalt-60 teletherapy machine disposed in a room having a head mounted for rotation about a horizontal epicenter axis, and wherein the head is adapted to direct a high energy beam at right angles to and intersecting said axis at an isocenter, there is pr ...


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Michiro Sugitani, Hiroyuki Kariya, Mitsukuni Tsukihara, Kenji Sawada: Method and system for optimizing linac operational parameters. Axcelis Technologies, John A Kastelic, June 5, 2001: US06242747 (24 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for controlling the operational parameters of a radio frequency (RF) linear accelerator (linac) (


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Ikebe Jun: System for stereotactic radiotherapy with a computerized tomographic scanning system.. Ikebe Jun, September 29, 1993: EP0562585-A2 (24 worldwide citation)

A linear accelerator having an X-ray head for emanating X-rays and a CT scanner are provided opposite to each other. The X-ray head is provided to be rotated about a horizontal axis, and such that the X-rays intersect the horizontal axis at an isocenter. A treatment couch is movably mounted on a bas ...


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Russell G Schonberg, Jerome M Vaeth, Mary L M Pollaczek, Ronald E Haynes, Stephen E Haynes: Intraoperative electron beam therapy system and facility. Intraop, Stanley Z Cole, May 23, 1995: US05418372 (24 worldwide citation)

An electron beam therapy system and a facility for using an electron beam therapy system. In the preferred embodiment, the electron beam therapy system comprises a linear accelerator, microwave source, and associated electronics disposed in a housing. The housing is mounted on a positioning means su ...


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Jochen Klaus Kusch, Christopher Jude Amies: Linear accelerator with X-ray imaging elements mounted on curved support. Siemens Medical Solutions USA, October 31, 2006: US07130372 (23 worldwide citation)

A system according to some embodiments may include a treatment head to emit treatment radiation, a gantry coupled to the treatment head, an x-ray tube to emit imaging radiation, an imaging device to acquire an image based on the imaging radiation, and a C-arm coupled to the x-ray tube, the imaging d ...


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Volker A W Stieber: Wobbling device for a charged particle accelerator. Siemens Medical Laboratories, Spellman Joel and Pelton, October 6, 1981: US04293772 (23 worldwide citation)

A charged particle accelerator has an accelerator chamber in the interior of which a narrow beam of charged particles is accelerated. The particle beam is directed to a discharge window for discharging the particles therethrough. A device is provided for wobbling the beam of particles before the par ...


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Donald A Swenson, William J Hoffert: Close-coupled RF power systems for linacs. Science Applications International Corporation, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, January 28, 1992: US05084682 (23 worldwide citation)

A close-coupled rf power system provides high peak rf power for a linear accelerator, or "linac", and other charged particle systems. The linac operates in a vacuum housing. Low level rf power is coupled inside of the vacuum housing by a conventional rf feedthrough connector. An input resonator cavi ...