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a diode vacuum tube in which the flow of electrons from a central cathode to a cylindrical anode is controlled by crossed magnetic and electric fields

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3 gas distributors are applied, allowing production of gas and controlled flowing along magnetrons length.
En este trabajo se midieron las componentes axial y radial de campos magneticos generados por magnetrones desbalanceados con simetria axial; se encontro que el campo magnetico de un magnetron construido con un iman cilindrico y otro anular, concentricos, se correlaciona muy bien con el campo magnetico generado por 2 espiras coplanares y concentricas, cuyas corrientes circulan en sentidos opuestos.
From coaxial magnetrons to handling noise effects, this is a solid reference recommendation for any engineering library.
3 shows that a small change in magnetrons frequency [11] causes significant change in guided wave length because of operating near critical frequency.
This invention should make it possible to develop more compact magnetrons that operate at higher power and higher frequencies," said Gilgenbach.
It's the reflection of microwaves off aluminum foil that causes damage to the magnetron in kitchen microwaves.
The idea came about while he was visiting a lab where magnetrons *, the power tubes of radars, were being tested and he felt a peanut bar start to cook in his pocket.
An added advantage is the ability to employ either magnetrons or oscillators as the microwave source.
Magnetrons with power outputs from approximately 700 to 3000 W are used in 2450 MHz microwave ovens and in many industrial installations with up to hundreds of units per system.
We've been using the magnetrons, the tubes the microwaves come from, out of conventional microwave ovens," says engineering professor Michael M.
Most people are familiar with cylindrical and planar magnetrons.
In magnetrons, steady electrostatic fields and steady magnetic flux densities are applied to moving electrons, accelerating them in a spiral path.
Food passes through a tunnel on a conveyor belt and microwaves are emitted from magnetrons situated both above and below the belt conveyor.
Optional damage-free soft-etch modules and a variety of RF magnetrons are available to sputter many different dielectric and conductive films used in semiconductor and other electronic device production.