Barkhausen–Kurz oscillation

noun \-¦ku̇rts-\
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Barkhausen oscillation

Definition of Barkhausen–Kurz oscillation

  1. :  ultrahigh-frequency oscillation produced in a triode oscillator by means of a positively biased grid that causes the cathode electrons passing through it to oscillate at a frequency characteristic of the tube and applied voltages

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Origin and Etymology of barkhausen–kurz oscillation

after H. Barkhausen & K.Kurz, 20th century German scientists


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