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Compact but powerful and efficient magnetrons are in service for various high-power microwave applications owing to their additional superiority of low-cost mass production. However, the magnetron's inherent instability in frequency and phase over a relatively wide spectrum limits the versatile availability of the magnetron for possible advanced applications, including a long-distance wireless power transfer system (WPTS) that employs the magnetron as a unit source of a phased array system. Thedoi:10.1109/access.2022.3158020 fatcat:zdoibn3byzadnhkwpxw2ybmgma