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resonator

 [rez´o-na″tor]
1. an instrument used to intensify sounds.
2. an electric circuit in which oscillations of a certain frequency are set up by oscillations of the same frequency in another circuit.

res·o·na·tor

(rez'ō-nā'tŏr),
A device for employing inductance to create an electric current of very high potential and small volume.

resonator

/res·o·na·tor/ (rez´o-na″ter)
1. an instrument used to intensify sounds.
2. an electric circuit in which oscillations of a certain frequency are set up by oscillations of the same frequency in another circuit.

resonator

1. an instrument used to intensify sounds.
2. an electric circuit in which oscillations of a certain frequency are set up by oscillations of the same frequency in another circuit.

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3-5, the side surfaces-(b) of resonant cavities are superfinishing by lapping such as to result a roughness-(d) with an orientation-(c) parallel with direction of skin current.
The control and orientation mode of side surfaces roughness for resonant cavities, realized by superfinishing process due to a growing of magnetron efficiency by Joule-Lentz effect minimization.
While it is possible to have devices well-separated in individual resonant cavities, this leads to an extremely bulky arrangement that typically will require extremely complex arrangements to ensure that all devices are oscillating in phase.