However, kinetic effects become pronounced in a low-pressure regime, which cannot be predicted by the cold plasma model. Therefore, the spectral kinetic model of the idealized MRP is established to cover the limitation. With the help of the spectral kinetic simulation, the damping and resonance broadening caused by kinetic effects can be observed. It enables the determination of the electron temperature from the half-width in resonance curves, which was speculated for more than 10 years but not clarified. Simultaneously the electron density can be derived from the resonance frequency. Consequently, the influence of kinetic effects on the resonance structure is emphasized in a more realistic physics. The spectral kinetic model can be seen as indispensable support in the MRP-plasma system for reliable supervision and control of the plasma process.