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Number: 331/128
Name: Oscillators > Gaseous space discharge device > Drives shock excited l.c. circuit
Description: Subject matter wherein the gaseous space discharge device is utilized to impulse a resonant circuit of the lumped LC type, which current is then permitted to oscillate freely at its natural frequency.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7202712 Multiphase resonant pulse generators Apr. 10, 2007
6762561 Radio frequency resonator Jul. 13, 2004
6285063 Resonant circuit having a resonant body mechanically oscillated by electrostatic or magnetic forces Sep. 4, 2001
4070636 Plural loop spark gap RF pulse radiation converter Jan. 24, 1978

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