Magnetron: A low-cost, efficient cross-field microwave oscillator used for the generation of continuous-wave (CW) signals.
Generators: A microwave component system – consisting of a magnetron, launching assembly, filament transformer and electrical connectors – housed in an enclosure. Generators are sold separately and as complete systems.
Power Supplies: The system that interfaces with the magnetron and microwave generators input terminals to provide power for filaments and oscillation of the device. System-control circuits and magnetron fault protection are typically incorporated into this unit.
Waveguide Components: A multitude of ancillary components used to transmit, measure and alter the microwave energy generated from the magnetron.
Microwave Leakage Meters: Meters specifically calibrated to detect and measure microwave energy. These meters aid in protecting personnel and assist in meeting government regulations for microwave radiation.