Magnetrons

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Magnetrons from the leading manufacturers are listed here. Narrow down on Magnetrons based on your requirements. View product details, download datasheets and get quotes on products that meet your specification.

Description:325 kW((Peak), X-Band Coaxial Magnetron
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Application:
Air Traffic Control, Radar
Frequency:
8.5 to 9.6 GHz
Band:
X Band
Anode Voltage:
28 kV
Peak Anode Current:
30 A
Heater Current:
14.2 A
Heater voltage:
9 V
Output Power:
325 kW((Peak)
Cooling:
Air-Cooled
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Description:1000 W, Air-Cooled Magnetron operating at 2450 MHz
Type:
Fixed Frequency
Application:
Industrial, Scientific, Medical
Frequency:
2450 MHz
Band:
S Band
Output Power:
1000 W
Magnet:
Packaged Magnet
Cooling:
Air-Cooled
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Description:50 kW Magnetron operating from 16 to 17 GHz
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Application:
Radar, EW, Communications, EMC, Scientific, Medica...
Frequency:
16 to 17 GHz
Band:
Ku Band
Anode Voltage:
13 kV
Peak Anode Current:
13 A
Output Power:
50 kW
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Description:25 kW X Band Magnetron from 9.38 to 9.44 GHz
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Application:
Radar
Frequency:
9.38 to 9.44 GHz
Band:
X Band
Output Power:
25 kW
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Description:2030 W, Air-Cooled Magnetron operating at 2450 MHz
Type:
Fixed Frequency
Frequency:
2450 MHz
Band:
S Band
Anode Voltage:
4 Kv
Avg Anode Current:
750 mA
Peak Anode Current:
2.1 A
Output Power:
2030 W
Cooling:
Air-Cooled
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Description:2.5 MW Magnetron operating from 5.65 to 5.75 GHz
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Frequency:
5.65 to 5.75 GHz
Band:
C Band
Output Power:
2.5 MW
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Description:90 kW(Peak), Ka-Band Frequency Agile Magnetron
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Frequency:
32.1 to 33.1 GHz
Band:
Ka Band
Anode Voltage:
20 kV(Pulse)
Peak Anode Current:
30 A
Output Power:
90 kW(Peak)
Cooling:
Air-Cooled
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Description:3000 W, Water-Cooled Magnetron operating at 2455 MHz
Type:
Fixed Frequency
Application:
Industrial, Scientific, Medical
Frequency:
2455 MHz
Band:
S Band
Output Power:
3000 W
Magnet:
Packaged Magnet
Cooling:
Water-Cooled
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Description:35 kW Magnetron operating from 16 to 17 GHz
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Application:
Radar, EW, Communications, EMC, Scientific, Medica...
Frequency:
16 to 17 GHz
Band:
Ku Band
Anode Voltage:
13.5 kV
Peak Anode Current:
9 A
Output Power:
35 kW
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Description:25 kW X Band Magnetron from 9.345 to 9.405 GHz
Type:
Tunable Frequency
Application:
Radar
Frequency:
9.345 to 9.405 GHz
Band:
X Band
Output Power:
25 kW
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What are magnetrons?

Magnetrons are specialized high-power vacuum tubes that generate microwaves by controlling the flow of electrons using an applied magnetic field. It uses multiple cavities to generate high-power electromagnetic waves. Magnetrons are also termed cross-field tubes as electric and magnetic fields that run perpendicular to each other. These crossed electric and magnetic fields used in the magnetron produce high-power output which is used in applications such as radar equipment. Unlike other vacuum tubes, such as a klystron or a traveling-wave tube (TWT), magnetrons do not operate as an amplifier, magnetrons operate solely as an oscillator.

The operating principle of magnetrons is like that of a self-excited microwave oscillator, which is an interaction of a given stream of electrons with a magnetic field and hence, generating high power oscillations. Magnetrons are also called cavity magnetrons because an anode is present in the resonant cavity of the tube and a permanent magnet is applied to generate a strong magnetic field. Magnetrons are widely used in radars, microwave ovens, and microwave-excited lighting systems.

Key Features of a Magnetron:

  • Operating Frequency: This is the frequency at which the magnetron will oscillate.
  • Output Power (W/dBm): It is the magnitude of power that the magnetron will provide at the output.
  • Peak Anode Voltage (V/kV): The maximum amount of voltage that can be handled by the anode present in the cavity of the magnetron.
  • Duty Cycle: A duty cycle is the proportion of time during which the magnetron is active. It is expressed as a percentage or a ratio.

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