Early Stages in the Development of Camera Tubes Employing the Silicon-Diode Array as an Electron-Imaging Charge-Storage Target
The use of silicon-diode-array charge-storage targets in vidicon type of operation is discussed extensively in Chapter 15 and in published literature.1–7 Since the initial Introduction of such a vidicon tube by the Bell Telephone Laboratories, general interest in silicon-diode-array targets has developed greatly.
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