electron tube

NOUN
  1. electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope
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How To Use electron tube In A Sentence

  • An electrode an electron tube that collects electrons which have finished carrying current.
  • An electron tube used to amplify or generate ultrahigh frequency by means of velocity modulation.
  • An electron tube with a photosensitive cathode.
  • The transmitter was pulsed electron tube.
  • An electron tube used to amplify or generate ultrahigh frequency by means of velocity modulation.
  • The second electron tube is out of order.
  • Within the last few decades, the electron tube has been largely replaced by the transistor.
  • An electron tube having a cathode and an anode.
  • The phototube, a very special type of electron tube, is the heart of the talking - picture projector.
  • A vacuum tube (also called an electron tube or, in the UK, a valve) is a device sometimes used to amplify electronic signals.
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