Audion

The Audion was an electronic amplifying vacuum tube invented by American electrical engineer Lee De Forest in 1906. It was the first triode, consisting of a partially evacuated glass tube containing three electrodes; a heated filament, a grid, and a plate. It is important in the history of technology because it was the first widely used tube which...
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Audion

[software] Audion is an audio player by Panic. It was originally a commercial (shareware) program, but with the dominance of Apple`s iTunes, development was halted and it was released as freeware. ==Design== One of the features of Audion that set it apart from its rivals, particularly SoundJam, was its user interface, which featured transpa...
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Audion

Audion The name for Lee de Forest's first vacuum tube, a three-element tube (generally known as a triode today) that was a key factor in making practical radio broadcasts a reality in the 1920s.
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Audion

elementary form of radio tube developed in 1906 (patented 1907) by Lee De Forest of the United States. It was the first vacuum tube in which a ... [7 related articles]
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