Definition of Rectifying valve

1. Noun. A thermionic tube having two electrodes; used as a rectifier.




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Literary usage of Rectifying valve

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1. Text-book on Wireless Telegraphy by Rupert Stanley (1919)
"secondary is connected through the rectifying valve to a condenser K from which HT energy at 800 volts is drawn for the plate circuit of the main valve V. ..."

2. Text-book on Wireless Telegraphy by Rupert Stanley (1919)
"secondary is connected through the rectifying valve to a condenser K from which HT energy at 800 volts is drawn for the plate circuit of the main valve V. ..."

3. Continuous and Alternating Current Machinery by John Harold Morecroft (1914)
"A Tube Filled with Ionized Mercury Vapor Acts like a rectifying valve. The Mercury Tube Acts Like a Check Valve. If a mercury tube is kept filled with ..."

4. Continuous and Alternating Current Machinery by John Harold Morecroft (1914)
"If a mercury tube is kept filled with ionized mercury vapor it will therefore act as a rectifying valve; the current which flows through it will be ..."

5. Electricity by Sydney George Starling (1922)
"Receiving by means of the Fleming rectifying valve. One of the greatest strides made in radio-telegraphy is due to the addition by L. de Forest, in 1907, ..."

6. The Thermionic Valve and Its Developments in Radio-telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"Other Forms of rectifying valve. Wehnelt Oxide-Coated Cathode Valve. Low Vacuum Valves. The Tungar Rectifier.—8. Testing Oscillation Valves. ..."

7. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1916)
"... B, valve battery. various forms of detectors we have described in Chapter VI., such as the magnetic, crystal or rectifying valve, or the electrolytic ..."

8. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"The various forms of detectors we have described in Chapter VI., such as the magnetic, crystal, or rectifying valve ..."

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