Abstract

A sensitive cathode ray oscillograph tube is described which operates at a low voltage. The electron stream comes from a thermionic cathode, and is focused by the action of the ionized gas in the tube. Illustrations show examples of the use of the tube.

© 1922 Optical Society of America

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