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About the solid-state power generator system developed by Wattsine


2019-10-15 03:41:22

A typical solid-state power generator system developed by Wattsine is composed of :

* A signal generator to generate specific frequency at ISM bands that is required by the load.

* A high frequency amplifier to amplify the low power generated by signal generator to the rated power required by the load.

* An MCU control unit, which is responsible for coordinating each unit of the system.  

* An AC-DC power supply, which supplies voltage and current to each unit of the system.

* A cooling system for heat dissipation of each unit in the system.


(Principle diagram)

With the rapid development of electronic technology, all modern communications — cellular telecommunications, radio and video broadcasting, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth at a lower power level — make use of complex, highly modulated RF signals that are generated and amplified by solid-state, semiconductor devices. Solid-state technology is replacing the legacy, tube-based technologies some time ago for reasons of its reliability and ease of use.

Solid-state RF generation and amplification technology can also be used to “power” a localized chemical or physical process, rather than to transmit data. This gives rise to the notion of “RF energy” applications in contrast to the data transmitting uses.

The applications standing to benefit from solid-state RF energy are equally as vast. They range from professional, physicochemical processes to practical consumer, commercial and industrial devices. In fact, it is already used in medical imaging (MRI) and analysis (NMR), carbon materials growth application and is in development for microwave oven and automotive spark ignition applications.

Solid-state RF energy offers numerous benefits unavailable via alternate solutions: low-voltage drive, semiconductor-type reliability, smaller form factor and an “all-solid-state electronics” footprint. Perhaps its most compelling attributes are fast frequency-, phase- and power-agility complemented by hyper-precision. Collectively, the technology’s attributes yield an unprecedented process control range, even energy distribution, and fast adaption to changing load conditions.

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