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Goher
Post subject: Magnetron Geometry
Posted: Fri Jul 08, 2005 4:48 am
 
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Joined: Sun Jun 12, 2005 9:37 am
Posts: 3
Location: Egypt
Dear All,
Is it possible for any one to supply me with some technical data (including the geometrical structures and the data sheet) of any magnetron device ?

All what I'm thinking about right now is to establish a regime that can be used by any designer needs to design a power amplification device in order to follow on and get the required output parameters (like the device output power, the derivation current and voltage, the duty cycle,.....etc.)

The problem is that i still can not tie the relation between the geometrical structure of the magnetron cavity and the way that it interacts with the RF wave.

For the simulation part, I'm using the Ansoft HFSS® simulation software but i still don't have geometrical dimensions nor drawings for any device to feed the simulation program ! I cant go on in my masters resarch!!

Thank you in advance.
Regards,,
Goher


 
 
Kirt Blattenberger
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Posted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 3:34 pm
 
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Joined: Sun Aug 03, 2003 2:02 pm
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Location: Erie, PA
Greetings Goher:

Just as a reference to others who might reply, here are some links to previous posts by Goher on the same subject -



Here is a magnetron datasheet, if it is of any use to you -

http://www.manitousys.com/media/e3327_M ... asheet.pdf

Otherwise, you have probably exhausted Google searches to no avail, so anything I (we) find you have already seen.

Maybe one last resort, if you have not already done so, is to call Ansoft of some other EM software company and ask for suggestions.


- Kirt Blattenberger :smt024


 
 
Goher
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Posted: Wed Jun 07, 2006 7:55 pm
 
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Joined: Sun Jun 12, 2005 9:37 am
Posts: 3
Location: Egypt
Dear mr. Kirt,
i was searching the web for something and i just found your reply to my problem that i had posted in july 05, i know its very old but i had to thank you, i realy appreciate your help.
Best Regards,
Goher
e-mail: m_goher@yahoo.com

tip: would you please contact me on e-mail




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