The Construction of a Transmission Line Superregenerative Receiver for Use in Pure Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance Spectroscopy

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Morse, Charles L.
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1966
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The purpose of this project was to build a device that would be both a source of r-f energy and a detector capable of detecting an absorption of energy in the 100 to 300 me range. Several types of radio-frequency spectrometers have been used, but one that has met with a great deal of success is the superregenerative receiver.
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iv, 26 p.
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