Zalman Ibragimov has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: A method of processing an object in an energy application zone by application of radio frequency (RF) energy via a plurality of radiating elements may include applying RF energy to the energy application zone at a first plurality of excitation setups (excitation setups). The method may also include applying RF energy to the energy application zone at one or more excitation setups, at least one of which is not included in the first plurality of excitation setups, based on feedback received from the energy application zone in response to the application of the first amount of energy to the energy application zone at the first plurality of excitation setups.
Abstract: An apparatus for applying RF energy to process an object may include at least one controller configured to receive EM feedback-related values from an energy application zone, each of the values being associated with a respective MSE. The controller may also be configured to identify a change in one or more of the EM feedback-related values within a period of time; adjust the RF energy application based on the change in the EM feedback-related values identified, and cause application of RF energy to the energy application zone.
Abstract: A choke is disclosed. The choke is configured to attenuate propagation of an electromagnetic (EM) wave between a cavity and a door adjacent to an opening of the cavity. The choke includes one or more choke components having a mechanical wave attenuating structure.
July 14, 2011
June 12, 2014
Pinchas Einziger, Amit Rappel, Yoel Biberman, Michael Sigalov, Denis Dikarvo, Zalman Ibragimov, Yuval Jakira
Abstract: Methods and apparatuses for processing objects by RF energy are disclosed. In some embodiments the method may include grouping excitation setups into at least a first group corresponding to a first peak and a second group corresponding to a second peak. The method may further include applying RF energy such that an amount of RF energy absorbed at excitation setups of the first group is equal to an amount of RF energy absorbed at excitation setups of the second group. Apparatuses according to some embodiments may include a processor configured to carry out aspects of the method.
May 24, 2013
November 28, 2013
Zalman Ibragimov, Amit Rappel, Itzhak Yogev