microwave generator

microwave generator

[′mī·krə‚wāv ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electronics)
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Contract notice: Tender for the Supply of Consumables for A) Microwave Generator and B) Rf Generator.
A microwave generator pumps energy into the chamber that ignites a glowing plasma ball.
Estimations regarding the microwave generator used for the plant are based on the average microwave energy needed to treat the core (60 kWh/[m.
However, most of the hyperthermia systems commonly used in clinical situations is equipped with a 2450-MHz microwave generator and a non-contact applicator.
The blob made its way back inside the drill and into the microwave generator.
The MicroThermX([R]) is a compact, mobile, state-of-the-art, proprietary system that includes a microwave generator, single-patient-use disposable antennas and a thermistor-based temperature monitoring system.
The microwave generator (Gyrotron), its ancillaries and a matching optics unit (MOU) with HE11 waveguide output together constitute a high power microwave source.
However, Sears and other dryer manufacturers say the life of the microwave generator is finite and as it reaches the end of its life, its efficiency decreases dramatically.
The MicroThermX([R])is a compact, mobile, state-of-the-art, proprietary system that includes a microwave generator, single-patient-use disposable antennas, and a thermistor-based temperature monitoring system.
The FLEX Microwave Surgical Ablation System, which consists of a microwave generator and probe, has been used in more than 1,300 stand-alone thoracoscopic ablation procedures and approximately 12,000 associated procedures.
The VivaRing is part of the family of energy applicators, which are designed to quickly create large or small spherical ablations when connected to the VivaWave microwave generator.
Waveguides direct the energy from a microwave generator into the center of the reaction chamber.

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