Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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In a switch, the number of breaks refers to the number of points at which the switch opens the circuit; for example, single break and double break .
The name given to the potentiometer used to vary the potential applied to the
control grid of a CRT .
An array in which the direction of maximum radiation is perpendicular to the
plane containing the elements  .
Sliding contacts, usually carbon, that make electrical connection to the rotating part of a motor or generator .
A voltage amplifier used between the oscillator and power amplifier .
An amplifier that isolates one circuit from another. It decreases the loading effect on an oscillator by reducing the interaction between the load and the oscillator  .
BUILT-IN TEST EQUIPMENT (BITE)
A permanently mounted device that is used expressly for testing an equipment or system .
The input resonant cavity in a conventional klystron oscillator .
In a velocity-modulated tube, the grid that concentrates the electrons in the electron beam into bunches .