Photonics Dictionary

microwave phototube

A device designed to detect microwave modulation and to mix modulated and unmodulated laser beams. It consists of a photosensitive cathode and a microwave-electron-tube structure that amplifies, detects and removes the modulation placed on the electron beam by the incident light beam signal.
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