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Magnetron is a high-powered vacuum tube in which the flow of electrons from a central cathode to a cylindrical anode is controlled by crossed magnetic and electric fields. Magnetrons are widely used in electronic equipment to generate microwave energy. Magnetrons have long served as highly efficient sources of microwave energy. Magnetrons are commonly employed in microwave ovens to generate sufficient microwave energy for heating and cooking various foods. Magnetrons may be used to generate radio frequency (RF) energy. This RF energy may be used for different purposes such as heating items or it may be used to generate a plasma. The frequency of output radiation produced by a magnetron is determined primarily by the volume and configuration of its resonant cavities.

Listings on RF and microwave electronics : Magnetrons

  • California Tube Laboratory, Inc.
    Designs, manufactures and rebuilds high-power vacuum tubes for applications in the frequency range of 200 KHz to 18,000 MHz, with power levels up to 3 million watts. Product lines include industrial CW magnetrons, pulsed magnetrons, rebuilt high power triodes, rebuilt klystron amplifiers, rebuilt guides, klystrons, magnetrons, and electron guns for linear accelerator applications. USA.
  • GENCOA Ltd.
    Manufactures magnetron sputter sources, reto-fited magnetic arrays for existing sources and sputter targets. Products include circular magnetron cathodes, rectangular magnetron cathodes, variable magnetron cathodes, UHV circular magnetron cathode, full face erosion magnetron cathodes, double magnetron cathodes, retrofitable magnet array, quick responce reactive sputtering process controller, and enhansed field plasma control system. UK.
  • Teer Coatings Limited
    Design, development and supply of a wide range of coating deposition equipment, test equipment and magnetrons. Specialise in manufacturing magnetrons including conventional planar magnetrons from 75mm to over 2000mm, cylindrical magnetrons, enhanced deposition uniformity magnetrons, and enhanced target utilisation magnetrons. UK.

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