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721A

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ID = 19493
       
 
   
Tube type:  TR-switch 
Identical to 721A = CV3595
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Other characteristic (electr. data):
  721B ; REL64
First year 01.Apr.1942 - - Manufacturers Literature

Base Top contact with a cap
Was used by Radar
Filament
Description

Disc-seal TR/ATR tube, with keep-alive electrode connected to a cap. External cavity at 2.7 to 3.3GHz frequency. Developed to protect solid state diode mixers against RF pulses generated by the magnetron transmitter, this TR switch incorporetes an igniter, the keep-alive electrode, that gives a bias ionization and improves spike protection of the receiver. The copper discs are shaped and supported by a special glass ring, to obtain a low temperature coefficient and a resonance drift with temperature as close as possible to that of the magnetron. The tubes were pretuned before exhaust, placing them in a special cavity and deforming the copper discs with a tool.

Manufactured by WE, Sylvania and Bomac.

 
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Literature Tube Lore (I)   
- - Manufacturers Literature   BSTJ, The Gas Discharge T/R Switch
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  721A: Manufacturer's Literature
Emilio Ciardiello
 
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721A: TreLe
Trev Levick

 
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721A: RR
Reinhard Riek

 


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