Welcome to the Vacuum Tube!
In electronics, a vacuum tube, an electron tube, or valve, or colloquially, a tube, is a device that controls electric current flow in a high vacuum between electrodes to which an electric potential difference has been applied.
There are a lot of different vacuum tube types, all with their own applications, characteristics and construction. This page lists the different vacuum tube types which are described on the resistor guide.
Vacuum tubes are used in a wide variety of applications. This category contains pages explaining various vacuum tube applications.
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Ⅰ IntroductionThe main feature of the vacuum tube computer is the use of the electron tube as the basic electronic component, which is large in size, large in power consumption, short in life, low in reliability and high in cost, and the internal memory uses a mercury delay line. During th...
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Ⅰ. IntroductionThe electron tube is one of the earliest electrical signal amplifier components in electronics. A cathode electron-emitting portion, a control grid, an acceleration grid, and an anode (screen) lead enclosed in a glass container (generally a glass tube) are welded to the tube...
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IntroductionAn electron tube is an electronic device that generates current conduction in a hermetic closed glass container, and utilizes an electric field to attract electrons in a vacuum to obtain signal amplification or oscillation.That is, a cathode electron-emitting portion, a c...
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Catalog Article Core IntroductionHistory1) Based on Specific RequirementVacuum TubeNoteAdvantages and Disadvantages2) Based on Specific Circuit ParametersTerminologyVacuum Tube Gate (Grid)TypesApplication AttentionsVacuum Tube CathodeVacuum Tube AnodeSelectionExpand Service Life ...