phasitron

noun pha·si·tron \ˈfāzə‧ˌträn\

Definition of phasitron

plural

-s

  1. :  a vacuum tube used for frequency modulation of a signal and having a cathode, deflector electrodes, two anodes, and an external inductor

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Origin and Etymology of phasitron

1phase + -i- + -tron


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