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Radio Frequency (RF) heating (or Capacitive dielectric heating) process is considered as a promising low energy heating technology for food products thanks to its rapidity that is associated to the large penetration depth and the uniform heating behavior. It has been successfully applied for many food needs like baking, drying and thawing and even for pasteurization and sterilization.

In microwave heating process, exposing the targeted sample to electromagnetic radiation in the microwave frequency range, allows its dielectric material property to convert this electromagnetic energy to heat energy.

The wireless systems cover a large variety of devices in different applications such as: navigation, radars, direct broadcast TV, satellite and mobile communications.

Snoring is a one of the sleep disorder syndromes caused by the Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) which causes serious breathing problems. This type of apnea occurs when your throat muscles intermittently relax and block your airway during sleep.

Rectangular waveguide structures for bandpass filters with inductive irises are the most suitable and popular solutions for the THz (Terahertz) region.

Radio frequency (RF) and microwave systems typically require a perfect power distribution networks performed through two types of microwave structures: Dividers to split an input signal into two or more output signals and Combiners to associate RF input signals from multiple inputs into single RF output signal.

Band-stop filters (BSFs) are one of the indispensable components for radio frequency and microwave circuits` applications. They are widely used in RF wireless communication systems for their effective suppression of spurious signals and unwanted wideband noises, to allow desired signals to pass through.

Non-destructive testing techniques are commonly used in a various industrial and research fields, in order to evaluate the properties of a wide variety of materials without causing damages. Some of the frequently used methods, are the Electromagnetic-field techniques.