microwave generator

microwave generator

[′mī·krə‚wāv ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electronics)
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One of them is the Windfreak SynthHD PRO 54MHz to 13.6 GHz Dual Channel Microwave Generator. The SynthHD PRO is a compact temperature-compensated, dual-channel, software-tunable RF signal generator and frequency sweeper, controlled and powered via a USB port on a device running Windows or Android software.
where the speed of light in free space is c (m/s), the operating frequency of the microwave generator is f (2.45 GHz), and the relative permittivity of the breast fat tissue is [[epsilon].sub.r] = 5.15 (mean value).
The described method was based on automatically adjusting the microwave generator power and frequency (centered around 2.94 GHz) to follow-up the desired temperature.
The test tube was put in a polyester casing with zero electromagnetic absorption and then placed in the cavity sample pool of a Multi-SYNTH microwave generator (Milestone Company, Italy) operating in single microwave mode, setting the microwave frequency at 2.45 GHz.
These panels can be heated uniformly across the entire test specimen when completely exposed to microwaves, and local heating can be accomplished with the use of a focused microwave generator. The use of a focused microwave source can heat the composites to the targeted healing temperature of 100[degrees]C in as little as 20 seconds.
The setup is composed of a 2.45 GHz microwave generator (MPG4, Opthos Instruments Inc., MD, USA) delivering 120 W of maximum power.
By itself, the microwave generator would drift off time.
India, March 10 -- Emblation Microwave has introduced its model ISYS245 microwave generator for commercial, industrial, research, and test applications requiring a high-power microwave source.
Estimations regarding the microwave generator used for the plant are based on the average microwave energy needed to treat the core (60 kWh/[m.sup.3]).
However, most of the hyperthermia systems commonly used in clinical situations is equipped with a 2450-MHz microwave generator and a non-contact applicator.
OHT's technology consists of two main components, the microwave generator and the wave guide.
The microwave processing system configuration, shown in Figure 1, comprises a 0 to 2 kW, 2.45 GHz microwave generator, which is a magnetron system.

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