I have designed an oven to cook with several 2450 MHz microwave Magnetrons and hot air to brown the production of meat on a high temp. conveyor belt. I need to attenuate or snubb the unused microwave from exiting the conveyor in/out port that is about 6" high and 16" wide. How do you place these rods (pattern) inside the conveyor in/out port that is about 18-24" long at each end of the oven to absorb or snubb the excess microwave and is 1/4 wave length (1.2") satisfactory? I got this far using the internet but ran into a brick wall when it came to keeping the unused wave from coming out. Can any one help me or tell me where to find this information? Thanks, Leo
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