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- The radiating multislotted antennas widely used in the antennas technique are rather prospective for the application in industrial installations for microwave heating. In this paper, the model of such an antenna is experimentally investigated. The model under investigation presents a section of the waveguide WR 340 whose broad wall contains 15 movable slotted plates. This design allows to experimentally define a location of all the slots providing the necessary distribution of radiating power along the waveguide with minimal SWR of all the system. The variants of power uniform distribution along the waveguide as well as the power decreasing to the waveguide end are examined. The application of plates with different thickness allowed to estimate the influence of the walls thickness on the power distribution. The possibility of system extra-tuning with the help of tuning screws located in the vicinity of each slot is considered. Obtained results are compared to the conducted theoretical calculations and data in references.