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 Frequency of Microwave Ovens

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Bill D. Posted - 12/01/2021 : 14:28:42
I have 2 MW ovens, both have a published freq. of 2.450 GHz. But neither oven shows that exact frequency when measured at the oven door. In fact, the frequency varies slightly from point to point. Is this a variation in the ovens, or is it an artifact of the meter?
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Bill D. Posted - 12/03/2021 : 20:24:23
I suspected that. Cavity resonators have large bandwidths from what I understand. Thanks for confirming.
EmfDev Posted - 12/02/2021 : 10:32:10
Hi Bill, it is the oven, the highest peak of frequency of the oven does not stay in one play and move.

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