Adler tube amplifier, ZETA

Made:
1961 in Chelmsford
maker:
English Electric Valve Company Limited
Adler tube amplifier, for operation at 408MHz.  Front 3/4 view of whole object against dark grey graduated background. Description should be changed to read:  Adler tube amplifier, for operation at 408MHz. Built 1961 by English Electric

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Adler tube amplifier, for operation at 408MHz. Front 3/4 view of whole object against dark grey graduated background.
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Description should be changed to read: Adler tube amplifier, for operation at 408MHz. Built 1961 by English Electric
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Adler tube amplifier, for operation at 408MHz. Built 1961 by English Electric Valve Company for low-temperature measurements on the Zero Energy Thermonuclear Assembly (ZETA). (Note: ZETA is sometimes incorrectly expanded as Zero Energy Thermal Apparatus).

Details

Category:
Electronic Components
Object Number:
1992-601
credit:
DRA (RSRE)