Solid-State Microwave Patents Awarded
Posted on 09/30/2020 at 10:23 AM
Cellencor is happy to announce that our solid-state microwave generator patents were issued July, 21 2020. Read the full patent here.
New Dual-Band Test Oven
Posted on 09/10/2020 at 9:19 AM
Gap in the Market One challenge often faced at Cellencor is the design and development of microwave test applicators for both customer-specific processes and general research and development. The power and flexibility offered by Cellencor’s line of solid-state microwave generators opens up entirely new avenues of scientific exploration, but this can...
COMSOL Design Process
Posted on 07/10/2020 at 7:37 AM
Applicator Design In addition to being leaders in the design of cutting-edge microwave technology, Cellencor is proud to offer microwave applicator design consulting. This includes the design of custom microwave heating applicators such as furnaces or resonant cavities, waveguide mode transitions, optimized antenna design/selection, and application feasibility studies. This is accomplished...
Microwave Myths Debunked
Posted on 04/29/2020 at 9:31 AM
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True or False? At Cellencor, we actively try to debunk microwave myths and misconceptions and educate our customers. We feel that microwaves are grossly underutilized in the industrial and scientific sector partly because they are often misunderstood. There are many uses of microwaves which either have not been fully explored or...
World's First Large Scale Solid State Industrial Microwave System
Posted on 02/05/2020 at 11:53 AM
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Crescend Technologies along with Cellencor, Inc announces the delivery of a 400 kilowatt, solid state L-band power system to a customer site. It is believed to be the first large scale deployment of high power solid state RF power in the world. The application is processing large volumes of high...
Electromagnetic Simulation of Antenna Performance Solid-State Microwaves
Posted on 09/18/2018 at 11:14 AM
INTRODUCTION The advent of high-power solid-state microwave technology makes possible the use of coaxial transmission lines and unconventional antenna configurations, something not previously possible when using magnetrons at ISM frequencies without expensive, lossy waveguide-to-coaxial adapters. With this in mind, computer simulations of microwave heating models can serve as valuable tools in...
The Advent of Solid State Microwave Generation
Posted on 07/27/2017 at 2:45 PM
We’re extremely excited and proud to be the creators of the PrecisePower™ family, our industry’s first fully solid state microwave power sources. This family of system covers both the 900 MHz and 2400 Mhz bands with power levels up to 75 kilowatts. Until now, the heart of every microwave heating device,...
Industrial Microwave Frequencies
Posted on 07/20/2016 at 3:52 PM
Most industrial microwaves operated in one of two unlicensed, government allocated radio bands called the Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) bands. The lower “L” band ranges from 902 to 928 MHz. In Europe and some other regions 896 MHz is used to avoid interference to the 900 MHz GSM cellular...
Are industrial microwaves safe?
Posted on 05/06/2016 at 3:47 PM
Microwaves are a kind of high frequency radio wave. In fact, the frequencies are the same as used by many consumer devices including cellular phones, WIFI, Bluetooth, and many other wireless devices. Radio waves (RF) are a type of electromagnetic waves called non-ionizing radiation. Despite uninformed slang about “nuking” a...
Why do microwaves heat things so quickly?
Posted on 03/04/2016 at 3:47 PM
Microwaves produce a phenomenon called volumetric heating. Simply stated, they heat the entire mass of an object uniformly. This is because the microwave penetrated deeply into the object instead of just acting on the surface. Volumetric heating is unique to microwaves; almost all other forms of heating are conductive, where...
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