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Recent developments in Plumbicon® pickup tubes
1968 Edition, January 1, 1968 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The state of the art of vidicon type camera tubes was greatly enhanced several years ago following the successful development of a long-life, high-quality lead oxide photosensitive target material and its introduction into the Plumbicon pickup tube. Since then the...

Recent developments in plumbicon®pickup tubes
1969 Edition, Volume 16, February 1, 1969 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
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A Television Pickup Tube
1939 Edition, Volume 27, February 1, 1939 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

A television pickup tube is described which combines in one device the principles of signal storage, as in the Iconoscope, and of signal multiplication by secondary-electron emission. Calculations indicate that for a given video-frequency signal, this tube will...

An Infrared Pickup Tube
1959 Edition, Volume 47, September 1, 1959 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The infra-red (IR) pickup tube contains a sensitive target surface in the form of a thin layer of the photoconductor on a transparent window forming one end of the tube. The photoconductor emnployed must have a very high resistance when the material is in darkness...

Permachon—A storage pickup tube
1959 Edition, January 1, 1959 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The Permachon is a pickup tube having storage capabilities and multi copy readout characteristics. The target is a new solid state film having unusual electrical properties, particularly as applied to the memory of its own previous electrical and optical history. More specifically,...

A 30-mm High-Performance Saticon™ Pickup Tube
1980 Edition, Volume 89, July 1, 1980 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

A newly developed 30-mm Saticon pickup tube is described. The tube (BC4398) has reduced lag, higher resolution, and enhanced registration as a result of a reduction in the scanning angle. A target connection through the faceplate assures a very low shunt-capacitance...

Some Problems of Pickup Tubes for Television Cameras
1968 Edition, Volume 77, November 1, 1968 - Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

Color television has created a new requirement for the camera pickup tube, that of matchability. The various tube operating parameters are discussed, as well as their individual contributions to the making of acceptable, as distinct from correct, color pictures. Comparison of...

The Image Orthicon-A Sensitive Television Pickup Tube
1946 Edition, Volume 34, July 1, 1946 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

The image orthicon is a television pickup tube incorporating the principles of low-velocity-electron-beam scanning, electron image multiplication, and signal multiplication. It closely approaches the theoretical limit of pickup tube sensitivity and is actually 100 to...

Television Pickup Tubes Using Low-Velocity Electron-Beam Scanning
1939 Edition, Volume 27, September 1, 1939 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

Television pickup tubes which use a low-velocity electron beam for scanning a photosensitive target offer the possibility of avoiding some of the limitations of devices which use a high-velocity beam. Some of the advantages of the low-velocity beam are: (1) low level of spurious...

Large-area photoconductive X-Ray pickup-tube performance
1956 Edition, Volume 75, February 1, 1956 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

This article describes the general characteristics and detection sensitivity of a large-area low-velocity-scanned photoconductive X-ray pickup tube. An industrial inspection system using these tubes has undergone field test. Sensitivity measurements, as well as possible future...

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