Accession Number : AD0265115

Title :   INVESTIGATION OF PULSE INTERFERENCE CONTROL VIA SOLID STATE DEVICES

Corporate Author : COOK RESEARCH LABS MORTON GROVE ILL

Personal Author(s) : MINDEL,I.N.

Report Date : 15 SEP 1961

Pagination or Media Count : 1

Abstract : An investigation and development of techniques and equipments suppressing pulse type interference by means of solid state devices is presented. The following conclusions and recommendations can be drawn from the foregoing analysis: (1) The use of presently available semiconductor diodes as shunt limiting elements for the signal levels of interest is not feasible. (2) It is recommended that further investigation be conducted to determine the feasibility of utilizing diodes in other circuit configurations. (3) Investigation into the feasibility of developing diodes with lower contact potentials should be considered. (4) Due to the large number of people doing research into the area of ferrites, our efforts along these lines should be the passive role of observer rather than taking an active part in this research. (5) Low power, long life, active solid state techniques of suppressing pulse interference should be investigated. (Author)

Descriptors :   *PULSE COMMUNICATIONS, *RADIO INTERFERENCE, *SEMICONDUCTORS, *SOLID STATE PHYSICS, COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT, CRYSTAL STRUCTURE, DIELECTRICS, DIODES, ELECTRIC SHUNTS, ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, ELECTRONICS, FERRITES, INSTRUMENTATION, INTERFERENCE, TABLES(DATA)

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE