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Title: PULSE AMPLITUDE ANALYSERS

Abstract

This patent pentains to an electrical pulse amplitude analyzer, capable of accepting input pulses having a separation between adjacent pulses in the order of one microsecond while providing a large number of channels of classification. In its broad aspect the described pulse amplitude analyzer utilizes a storage cathode ray tube und control circuitry whereby the amplitude of the analyzed pulses controls both the intensity and vertical defiection of the beam to charge particular spots in horizontal sectors of the tube face as the beam is moved horizontally across the tube face. As soon as the beam has swept the length of the tube the information stored therein is read out by scanning individually each horizontal sector corresponding to a certain range of pulse amplitudes and applying the output signal from each scan to separate indicating means.

Inventors:
Issue Date:
Research Org.:
Originating Research Org. not identified
OSTI Identifier:
4325491
Patent Number(s):
2745985
Assignee:
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission DTIE; NSA-12-010260
NSA Number:
NSA-12-010260
Resource Type:
Patent
Resource Relation:
Other Information: Orig. Receipt Date: 31-DEC-58
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
PATENTS; CATHODES; CONTROL SYSTEMS; ELECTRON TUBES; INSPECTION; INSTRUMENTS; PATENT; PULSE ANALYZERS; PULSES; STORAGE

Citation Formats

Lewis, I.A.D. PULSE AMPLITUDE ANALYSERS. United States: N. p., 1956. Web.
Lewis, I.A.D. PULSE AMPLITUDE ANALYSERS. United States.
Lewis, I.A.D. Tue . "PULSE AMPLITUDE ANALYSERS". United States.
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author = {Lewis, I.A.D.},
abstractNote = {This patent pentains to an electrical pulse amplitude analyzer, capable of accepting input pulses having a separation between adjacent pulses in the order of one microsecond while providing a large number of channels of classification. In its broad aspect the described pulse amplitude analyzer utilizes a storage cathode ray tube und control circuitry whereby the amplitude of the analyzed pulses controls both the intensity and vertical defiection of the beam to charge particular spots in horizontal sectors of the tube face as the beam is moved horizontally across the tube face. As soon as the beam has swept the length of the tube the information stored therein is read out by scanning individually each horizontal sector corresponding to a certain range of pulse amplitudes and applying the output signal from each scan to separate indicating means.},
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place = {United States},
year = {1956},
month = {5}
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