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A New Electron Tube Having Negative Resistance

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1 Author(s)
Groszkowski, J. ; State Institute of Telecommunications, Warsaw, Poland

The dynatronic and magnedynatronic systems commonly used to obtain a negative resistance by means of triodes or tetrodes are characterized by the fact that the potential of the active electrode (the anode) is not the highest potential in the system; an electrode (the grid or the screen grid) at a higher potential is necessary in order to take off the secondary emission current from the anode in such a way that a falling characteristic is produced in the anode circuit. The present paper deals with a three-electrode tube of such design that the negative resistance is obtained in the circuit of the electrode possessing the highest potential in the system.

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Radio Engineers, Proceedings of the Institute of  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 7 )