Dielectric Hysteresis at Radio Frequencies

@article{AlexandersonDielectricHA,
  title={Dielectric Hysteresis at Radio Frequencies},
  author={E.F.W. Alexanderson},
  journal={Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers},
  volume={2},
  pages={137-157}
}
The development of a transformer for 100,000 volts at 100,000 cycles is described in detail. The successful construction is given. The necessary even potential gradient along the high tension secondary of the transformer is provided by special end shields. The dielectric strength of air is determined at radio frequencies, and the novel behavior of air at… CONTINUE READING