3 cm. microwave transmitter and receiver.

3 cm. microwave transmitter and receiver. This is a simpler setup than in D+5+18. In the transmitter, power is supplied to a klystron that produces 3 cm. microwaves (polarized) which are radiated out from the horn. In the receiver, microwaves are funnelled into the horn and down the waveguide. The microwaves are detected by a diode, and the signal amplitude can be displayed on the milliammeter, or can be heard as a tone emitted from the speaker. (Note: A newer version of transmitter and receiver can be substituted, however the receiver hooks to the amp and speaker in the room. See file cabinet folder for details.)
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