The HYDROGEN THYRATRON'S positive control grid characteristic is made
using hydrogen gas.
shielding the cathode from the plate.
enclosing the plate wire in a glass sleeve.
preventing interaction between
outside of the grid structure.
If a DC resonant charging choke is used as the charging impedance in a
high-level modulator, the choke is used to form a
series-resonant circuit with the capacitance of the PFN.
parallel-resonant circuit with the capacitance of the PFN.
series-resonant circuit with the capacitance of the THYRATRON.
The necessity of timing a THYRATRON to conduct at the instant when the
pulse-forming line is charged at its greatest potential is eliminated
charging the pulse-forming line through a diode.
DC resonance charging of the pulse-forming line.
connecting a charging inductor across the circuit.
using a HYDROGEN THYRATRON in conjunction with a Guillemin line.