anode detector

anode detector

[′a‚nōd di‚tek·tər]
(electronics)
A detector in which rectification of radio-frequency signals takes place in the anode circuit of an electron tube. Also known as plate detector.
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The proprietary co-axial bipolar TOF detector incorporates the high temporal resolution of MCP-based detectors with the co-axial capabilities of flat metal anode detectors.