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RCA Receiving Tube Manual (1975) -- Including Picture Tubes and Industrial Receiving Tubes
THIS MANUAL, like its many predecessors, has been prepared to assist those who work or experiment with home-entertainment or industrial receiving types of electron tubes and circuits or with tele vision picture tubes. It will be found valuable by engineers, service technicians, educators, experimenters, electricians, radio amateurs, hobbyists, students, and others interested in electron tubes and their applications.
Easy-to-read chapters explain the basic principles of operation, significant electrical characteristics, circuit applications, and testing of various types of electron tubes. Technical data are given on current RCA home-entertainment and industrial receiving-type tubes and on picture tubes. Circuit diagrams are given illustrating the use of RCA tubes in many practical applications. Also included are expanded and updated replacement guides for obsolete or hard-to-find industrial and home-entertainment receiving tubes.
RCA, Distributor and Special Products Division Cherry Hill Offices, Camden, N.J. 08101 USA. Copyright 1975 by RCA Corporation (All rights reserved under Pan-American Copyright Convention)