From: Jim Thompson
Subject: Re: NEED ADVICE: Vacuum tube grid current?
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On 8 Jan 2003 17:45:36 -0800,
email@example.com (Tom Bruhns),
In Newsgroup: sci.electronics.design,
Entitled: "Re: NEED ADVICE: Vacuum tube grid current?",
Wrote the following:
|John Woodgate wrote in message news:...
|> The source for arcane lore on vacuum tubes is 'Radio(tron)* Designer's
|> Handbook, F Langford Smith. The 1998 reprinted edition is ISBN 0 7506
|> 3635 1.
|> * (tron) was included for the original Australian and the US editions.
|> Chapter 2, section 8 probably has everything you need, and then some.
|> You may need to dig around to find if the 6GH8A is similar to one of the
|> older types for which data is given in the examples.
|Another book to look for is the one from the MIT/RadLab series which
|deals with vacuum tube characteristics. My uncle showed me the
|section he wrote, which happened to deal specifically with
|electrometer tubes and characterization of the grid current for them,
|so I know it's in there. Sorry I can't give a more exact reference.
My copy, "Radiotron", is Fourth Edition, 1952 ;-)
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