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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp 414–419 | Cite as

Use of negative-resistance devices in information-measuring and pulse technology

  • G. A. Ali-Zade
  • V. P. D'yakonov
Measurements of Electrical and Magnetic Quantities
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Conclusions

Circuit design with SNR opens wide possibilities for the simplification, improvement, and microminiaturization of devices of information-measuring and pulse technology. The deficiencies inherent in modern SNR are being successfully eliminated by the development of new types of SNR as well as circuit methods. The progress attained at the present time allows us to talk about the possibility of complex realization of devices of information-measuring technology using devices having negative resistance. This first of all refers to the use of semiconductor devices: avalanche transistors, tunnel diodes, and thyristors. Such a complex realization is one of the effective solutions of the problem of growing numbers of electronic elements in information-measuring and pulse technology.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Semiconductor Device Effective Solution Circuit Design 
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  • G. A. Ali-Zade
  • V. P. D'yakonov

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