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An experimental camera has been devised capable of viewing a gamma‐ray or x‐ray source both statically and dynamically with a kinescope readout suitable for quantitative measurements. Experiments are described indicating sensitivities to x‐rays of about 1 to 2 r∕hr.
A sampling oscilloscope with a rise time of 3×10 −10 sec is described. It may be used with carrier or noncarrier periodic signals having a high fixed repetition rate. A novel coincidence circuit employed in the device for displaying the envelope of 1‐mμsec bursts of 10‐kMc energy is also...
The temperature controller described here is capable of heating a fine wire (of the order of a few mils in diam) to some temperature between 700°C and the melting temperature, and holding the temperature constant to within a few degrees. The detector is a photomultiplier that monitors radiation...
A time‐to‐pulse height converter covering the range from millimicroseconds to minutes is described. A simple 5‐component passive circuit for scanning times above 50 μsec is included also. The converters can measure several events per time scan related to one starting event. They are...
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