gas diodes or gas-filled tubes

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igor_hr

Joined Mar 13, 2004
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I seem to be unabe to find U-I characteristic of a gas diode (I'm not sure if it is actually a diode, or should it be declared as a gass-filled tube).
if anyone know how this looks like, or know where on the web can I find it, I would apreciate it.
 

Harlan

Joined Feb 26, 2004
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Igor
Been thinking on this [post and question here.
What is confusing is the reference of the old is I meant amplification, and I am thinking the U is the small greek letter u. Please correct me if not here. u is the characteristic of the tube but that referenced to a triode and amplification.
Here is a good page on the tubes with a little history and some formula applications.
http://www.astrosurf.com/lombry/qsl-amplif...r-principle.htm
Let us know what references you are discussing here
Thanks
HArlan :)
 

Dave

Joined Nov 17, 2003
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Originally posted by igor_hr@Mar 13 2004, 08:38 PM
I seem to be unabe to find U-I characteristic of a gas diode (I'm not sure if it is actually a diode, or should it be declared as a gass-filled tube).
if anyone know how this looks like, or know where on the web can I find it, I would apreciate it.
Are sure that it isn't V-I characteristic? That would make sense. :blink:
 
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