Following hints from Rob Woudenberg and Dr Sonneburg I reanalysed the description of Airbus LENR reactor patent.
This patent include many details, that support the idea that it is working.
Like Defkalion, this reactor heat some nanostructured metallic foam, then excite hydrogen with HF electric fields.
One key is that it is important not to activate RF when temperature is too low (500K), because it produce gamma. Their design integrate the thermoelectric generator as a key element, allowing safe shutdown, and sensing temperature to avoid premature triggering, even in case of software dysfunction.
The patent also contain many theoretical claims.
They claim their reactor allows, unlike competitors, integration in vehicles and support vibration much better.