Accession Number:

AD0650899

Title:

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM ON HYDROGEN THYRATRONS AND MODULATORS (5TH) HELD AT FORT MONMOUTH, N. J., 20-22 MAY 1958.

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

ARMY ELECTRONICS LABS FORT MONMOUTH N J

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1958-01-01

Pagination or Media Count:

335.0

Abstract:

Contents Reservoirs in hydrogen thyratrons and a status report on the egg 1802 thyratron Hydrogen and deuterium filled thyratrons A note on hydrogen reservoir temperature control Heat dissipation in pulse modulator thyratrons Progress report on large ceramic hydrogen thyratrons Equipment manufacturers requirements for hydrogen thyratrons used in missile tracking transmitters Design and performance of pulse magnetic modulators Hybrid magnetic pulser A magnetic assist for high-power hydrogen thyratrons Materials for magnetic assist Utilization of the mercury pool cathode for industrial and military tubes The empretron, a mercury pool arc tube allowing operation at repetition rates in the kilocycle range Vacuum tubes for pulse modulation at the megawatt level Shaped pulse modulators with particular reference to the generation of sine squared pulses Thyrite dummy magnetrons and super-non-inductive resistive loads A gas clipper tube for high power modulators Silicon diode applications in radar set anfrn-34 A high efficiency charging regulator for line type modulators Design of high stability electronic voltage regulators for radar modulators An automatic trigger synchronizer for multi-thyratron radar modulators The protective spark gap as a pulse modulator component Modulator techniques for gridded klystrons and traveling wave tubes High duty cycle hard tube modulator for high power traveling wave tubes An rf phase jitter tester for mti radar transmitters Output voltage clamper with regulating action for line type modulators Development of a high power clipper diode Magnetic pulse modulator for a missile guidance system mp-505.

Subject Categories:

  • Electrical and Electronic Equipment

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE