microwave cavity

microwave cavity

[′mī·krə‚wāv ‚kav·ə·dē]
(electromagnetism)
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et al, "A superconducting microwave cavity made of bulk MgBz," Superconductor Science and Technology, Vol.
The microwave cavity is not producing radiation by some non-thermal means, like fluorescence, phosphorescence, electrical or chemical luminosity.
ABSTRACT: An environmentally benign approach for one-pot synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2-(1H)-ones derivative (DHPMs) using ethyl acetoacetate, urea and benzyl alcohol instead of aldehyde under microwave cavity is described.
A Teflon dish, containing the sample, was placed at the centre of the dryer turn-table in the microwave cavity.
By using proximity-induced superconductivity, these objects will be integrated into circuit optomechanics in a way that facilitates strong coupling between the mechanical motion and the microwave cavity.
We use microwave resonator to measure the dielectric properties of the plasma, but we must consider the characteristic of high-speed ballistic wake, and microwave cavity should satisfy the following principle:
Among the topics: artificial neural network in microwave cavity filter tuning, a pragmatic approach to cooperative positioning in wireless sensor networks, short-range tracking of moving targets by a handheld UWB, active wearable antenna modules, and wideband antennas for wireless technologies.
Accuracy of microwave cavity perturbation measurements," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol.
Composite Hole Conditions on Complex Permittivity Measurements Using Microwave Cavity Perturbation Techniques (Short Papers).
Microwave sintering of alumina matrix zirconia composites using a single-mode microwave cavity // Journal of Materials Science, 1999.

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