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Planar electron optical systems were investigated using computer simulation in three dimension (3D). Split ring, microstrip and horizontal bar planar deflectors were investigated for deflecting electrons from a field emitter array. It was show that the field generated by a planar system is a fringing field hence the electron optical property of these systems cannot match the properties of the coventional systems.

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Conference paper

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1077 - 1081