Microwave Generators

265 Microwave Generators from 20 manufacturers listed on everything RF

Industrial Microwave Generators from the leading manufacturers are listed here. Narrow down on Microwave Generators based on the technology - Magnatron or Solid State, Frequency, Power and various other parameters. View product details, download datasheets and request quotes.

Description:8.5 kW GaN Pulsed Transmitter System from 5.6 to 5.7 GHz
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
5.6 to 5.7 GHz
Power:
8.5 kW (Pulsed)
Applications:
Radar
CW/Pulse:
Pulsed
Semiconductor Technology:
GaN
Package Type:
System
Cooling Type:
Air Cooled
Voltage:
373 to 457 V
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Description:Industrial Microwave Generator, 75 kW, 915 MHz, MPS96 Power Supply
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
915 MHz
Power:
75 kW
Applications:
Industrial
CW/Pulse:
CW
Package Type:
System
Voltage:
400 to 480 V
more info
Description:Magnetron Microwave Generator ,6000 W, 2450
Technology:
Magnetron
Frequency:
2.45 GHz
Power:
6000 W
CW/Pulse:
Pulsed
Package Type:
Rack Mount
Cooling Type:
Air Cooled, Water Cooled
Voltage:
208 to 230 V
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Description:Microwave Generator 0.3KW/2450MHz Low Ripple, Pulsable
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
8 GHz
Power:
0 to 20 W
Applications:
Medical, Material Analysis, Test & measurement, Mi...
CW/Pulse:
CW / Pulsed
Semiconductor Technology:
GaAS
Package Type:
Module
Voltage:
100-240Vac 50-60Hz
more info
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Description:250 W Microwave Generator from 2400 to 2500 MHz
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
2400 to 2500 MHz
Power:
250 W
Efficiency:
57 %
CW/Pulse:
CW
Package Type:
Module
Cooling Type:
Air Cooled
Voltage:
24 to 32 V
more info
Description:Microwave Power Generator from 2400 to 2500 MHz
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
2400 to 2500 MHz
Power:
450 W
Applications:
Test & Measurement, Microwave CVD, Plasma Generati...
CW/Pulse:
CW
Package Type:
Module
Voltage:
32 V
more info
Description:915 MHZ Microwave Generator Maximum Output Power 18 or 36 kW
Technology:
Magnetron
Frequency:
2.45 GHz
Power:
6 kW
Applications:
Microwave Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry, Drying, Indust...
CW/Pulse:
CW
Package Type:
Rack Mount
more info
Description:Microwave Generator 30.0KW/915MHz, Standard Ripple, Switchmode
Technology:
Magnetron
Frequency:
915 MHz
Power:
30 kW
CW/Pulse:
CW
Package Type:
System
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Description:GaN-Based Microwave Comb Generator for EW and Antenna Testing
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
DC to 10 GHz
Applications:
Antenna Testing
CW/Pulse:
Pulsed
Semiconductor Technology:
GaN
Package Type:
Module
more info
Description:1.1 kW Rack-Mount Solid-State Microwave Generator from 2.4 to 2.5 GHz
Technology:
Solid State
Frequency:
2.4 to 2.5 GHz
Power:
1.15 kW
Efficiency:
40 %
Applications:
Drying, Heating, Industrial, Plasma Generation, Sc...
CW/Pulse:
CW / Pulsed
Package Type:
Rack Mount
Cooling Type:
Water Cooled
Voltage:
220 to 260 Vac
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What are Microwave Generators?

Microwave Generators are systems which are used to generate stable and continuous high power microwave signals. These systems can be tuned to output a specific power level at a particular frequency. Traditionally, Microwave Generators used a device called the magnetron (also called cavity magnetron) to generate high power, high frequency microwave signals, but most high power microwave generators are now based on solid state technology (GaN or GaAs).

The magnetron was invented during the World War II and it has been used to generate microwave signals for decades. It consists of two permanent magnets flanking a copper ring. Magnetron systems are equipped with a single microwave source and operate at high voltage. The output frequency of a magnetron is determined by the cavity’s physical dimensions and the magnetron cannot amplify the power of an applied microwave signal. It only acts as an oscillator, with limited control of frequency, power, phase, and the signal source. The magnetron is controlled by an analog voltage, constraining users from controlling and monitoring the system remotely.

Solid-state microwave generators (SSMG), offer various improvements when compared to their magnetron-based counterparts. They digitally generate the desired frequency, allow the output frequency to be changed and provide more control. These generators produce more precise and stable frequencies with lower noise along with having a longer lifetime. Solid-state microwave generators can be controlled by a software suite that constantly monitors and adjusts key operating parameters to provide the required amount of microwave energy to the target, tuning the frequency and controlling phase over 360 degrees. This is why Solid-State Microwave Generators are used in many industrial, scientific and medical applications today.

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