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CIRCUIT UNDER GLASS – The VT-158 Vacuum Tube
CIRCUIT UNDER GLASS – Gridlines and plate lines are within the quadruple-triode VT-158, used in the TPS-3 radar transmitter. Final assembly at Evans Signal Laboratory.
The March 1964 issue of Popular Electronics had a story on the VT-158, Titled THE SECRET TUBE THAT CHANGED THE WAR
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