Developmental work on an infrared detector.
McGregor, Rob Roy
Kalmback, Sydney H.
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A new type I R detector was constructed, employing a short circuited thermocouple to generate a magnetic field to deflect an electron beam onto an indicator. Thermocouple parameters and the magnetic deflection of the electron beam by a coil of wire, a loop of wire, and an internally mounted thermocouple loop were determined. Feasibility of such an instrument is established conditionally upon the construction of an electron gun with a well focused electron beam.
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