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REL29

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ID = 34282
       
Country:
Canada
Brand: Research Enterprises Ltd., Toronto
Tube type:  TR-switch 
Identical to REL29
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Differences not known by us:
  709A

Was used by Radar
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Description

Canadian version of the early British TR cell invented by AH. Cooke of the Clarendon Laboratory in 1941. The device was known as 'Soft Sutton', because the use of glass body and resonator of the NR89 Sutton klystron, filled with gas, hence 'soft'. 3GHz; keep-alive electrode.

According to Sibley it could be similar to WE709A. No known volume use, but samples could have be made by Northern Electric for REL.

 
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