2 edition of Storage tubes and their basic principles. found in the catalog.
Storage tubes and their basic principles.
1952 by Wiley; Chapman & Hall .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||143|
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Storage Tubes and Their Basic Principles, M. Knoll and B. Kazan,pages - Courtesy of Walter Welch, AI4SP. Remember the pre-digital storage 'scopes.
This book will explain how they work, as well as other charge-controlled storage tubes used as cameras. Storage tubes and their basic principles. New York, Wiley  (OCoLC) Online version: Knoll, Max, Storage tubes and their basic principles.
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Storage Tubes and their Basic Principles, M. Knoll and B. Kazan, ( pages) The ABC of Vacuum Tubes in Radio Reception - Lewis 67 pages The Cathode-Ray Seller Rating: % positive. More specific storage principles and procedures are discussed later in this chapter.
PRINCIPLES OF STORAGE Certain basic storage principles and procedures must be observed regardless of the type of items. Organized storage spaces help facilitate storing, issuing, counting, cleaning, and safety. This is an excellent book for people new to electronics and vacuum tubes.
It slowly takes you through basic electronic concepts using a vacuum tube as the teaching tool. For someone new to these basics, it would make a good primer with the added plus of understanding /5(14). Storage Tubes and their Basic Principles - M.
Knoll & B. Kazan () Origen: : Walter Welch (AI4SP) The book explains how pre-digital storage scopes and memories worked, as well as other charge-controlled storage tubes used as cameras and computing elements.
Includes rudimentary basic electronics, vacuum tube circuit basics, related information and circuit layouts for projects. The book is concise with illustrations and examples. There is a growing number of audio enthusiasts and hobbyist interested in creating their own vacuum tube amplifiers/5(95).
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