microwave device

microwave device

[′mī·krə‚wāv di‚vīs]
(electronics)
Any device capable of generating, amplifying, modifying, detecting, or measuring microwaves, or voltages having microwave frequencies.
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Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of active and passive microwave device testing kits along with source and detector
Let x represent input vector containing physical parameters of a microwave device, and let y represent output vector of the KBNN.
Key clinical point: A noninvasive microwave device reduced axillary hair by about 70%, with stable results 1 year later.
In Rhode Island he told police that a microwave device was sending vibrations into his body.
At its laboratory on the campus of Texas Tech University in Lubbock, chief executive Don Stull showed off the long, metallic microwave device that resembles an industrial production line.
Prolieve is the only microwave device to be randomized to drug therapy during its pivotal trial.
Long-term efficacy of the device was demonstrated in the DRIUP study (Dermatologic Reduction in Underarm Perspiration), in which 120 patients with HDSS scores of 3 or 4 were randomized in a 2:1 ratio to one to three active treatments (using a prior investigational version of the microwave device) or sham treatment at seven U.S.
Hartnagel, "Three-dimensional finite difference method for the analysis of microwave device embedding," IEEE Trans.
116/118 Microwave Device Technology 905/907/1008 Microwave Engineering Europe 1022 Microwave Innovation Group 412 Microwave Journal 617 Microwave Product Digest Pub Corner MiFa Aluminium BV 209 Mimix Broadband Inc.
After heating to 35[degrees]C with the microwave device, the mean (SD) concentration was 526 (384) U/L (135-1427 U/L) with no statistically significant difference.
Urologix filed the patent infringement action against ProstaLund and ACMI in March 2002 seeking an injunction prohibiting the manufacture, use, sale, or offer for sale of the "ProstaLund Feedback Treatment." The company's original suit alleged that ProstaLund's microwave device and method, for which it is seeking pre-market approval from the FDA, and its agreement with ACMI to distribute this device, infringes on its United States Patents 5,234,004 and 5,509,929.

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