The Transitron Oscillator

@article{Brunetti1939TheTO,
  title={The Transitron Oscillator},
  author={Cledo Brunetti},
  journal={Proceedings of the IRE},
  year={1939},
  volume={27},
  pages={88-94}
}
The negative-resistance oscillator possesses many advantages over the ordinary triode feed-back types. The most common of negative-resistance oscillators, the dynatron, has not been generally adopted owing to its dependence on secondary emission, an unsteady property. The retarding-field negative-transconductance oscillator possesses the advantages of the dynatron without its disadvantages. This type of oscillator is discussed from the practical standpoint, the theoretical treatise having been… Expand
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