grid modulation

grid modulation

[′grid ‚mäj·ə′lā·shən]
(electronics)
Modulation produced by feeding the modulating signal to the control-grid circuit of any electron tube in which the carrier is present.
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The TH3828 high power X-band tube was developed using a 10 to 16 kV, 600 V grid modulation electron gun; an X-band, 2 to 8 kW peak power RF circuit; and a conduction cooled 1 kW dissipation capacity collector.