Principles of radio. Part 3. The Vacuum tube

United States, 1943

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Explains by animated drawings, the operation of a radio vacuum tube in terms of its filament, plate, and grid circuits. Illustrates the three functions of the vacuum tube in radio: how it serves as an amplifier to operate the loud-speaker, as a rectifier in detection, and as an oscillator to generate the carrier wave.

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