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High Power Passives Fit Emerging RF Energy Market

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"In addition to the vast array of consumer electronics, wireless infrastructure, military and space-based communication applications that are enabled by microwave technology, RF waves are also used to heat dissipative objects and power physicochemical processes. One example is, of course, the microwave ovens ubiquitous in our residential and commercial kitchens. Another would be microwave-based dryers used for industrial tasks like drying or curing fruit or meat.

The “heating” market is where some of the most exciting new uses for microwave energy are emerging. Here, RF energy generated by solid-state semiconductor chains – rather than the traditional, inefficient, short-lived magnetrons – is being contained, controlled and directed with more precision than before, yielding a host of new uses for RF energy"

Microwave Journal

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