Measurement Techniques

, Volume 3, Issue 11, pp 974–976 | Cite as

Equipment for oscilloscope observation of the traveling-wave factor in ultrahigh frequency channels

  • E. A. Stakhov
High and Ultrahigh Frequency Measurements


The above equipment made it possible sharply to decrease the time required for measuring the traveling wave factor, provided a graphic representation of the measurements, and speeded up the adjustment and checking of waveguide channels.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Graphic Representation Frequency Channel Waveguide Channel 
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Literature cited

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    Modern Cathode-Ray Oscilloscope, Collection of articles edited by I. S. Abramson [Russian translation] (Foreign Literature Press, part 2, 1951).Google Scholar
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    I. V. Lebedev, Ultrahigh Frequency Technology and Instruments [in Russian] (MÉI Press, Moscow, 1956).Google Scholar
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    Measurement Technique at Centimeter Wavelengths, translation from English edited by G. A. Remez [Russian translation] (“Sovetskoe radio” Press, v. 1, 1949).Google Scholar

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© Instrument Society of America 1961

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