Pulse Fusion .
22 Apr 2014
We combine pyroelectric fusion with the humble magnetron to produce pulse fusion . There is a positive energy yield . Energy output can be designated .
1.Pyroelectric fusion .
See Annexure A .
Been done . But the net energy is negative .
See Appendix B .
Your microwave .
3. Magnetron Fusor .
3.1 Substitute piezoelectric electron emission for heat electron emission . See Appendix A .
3.2 Spicules of piezoelectric material in the cavities and on the central cathode . See Appendix B
3.3 The cavities can then be filled with Deteurium rich gases .
3.4 Once the electric fields in the cavities exceed about 7x10^11 V/M , fusion occurs .
3.5 Due to the rotating , repetitive design if the magnetron , positive energy yields are likely .
3.6 Combined with a Hilsch-tube design , you have a nifty fusion driven rocket .
3.7 Or the output could be simply EM at a chosen frequency .(x-ray laser)
3.8 Or the output could be a beam of neutrons (neutron laser)
3.9 Or simply electrical power .
After the significant breakthrough in 2005, when researchers at UCLA introduced what's unofficially referred to as "tabletop fusion," fusion research, particularly research in pyroelectric fusion, is now on the rise. This breakthrough had enormous implications: by gently heating a pyroelectric crystal in a deuterated atmosphere, one can generate fusion under desktop conditions.  Prior to that, attempts to produce fusion in a room temperature solid-state setting, including "cold" fusion and "bubble" fusion, have met with deep skepticism.  Now, however it has been show that pyroelectric crystals have been shown to be useful materials for the production of low-cost, portable X-ray sources. 
The magnetron is solid state device that uses electric and magnetic fields , with material cavities , to stutter at a certain frequency .
Microwave ovens are about 65% efficient . Quite good , actually .