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Lee De Forest

tube triode

De Forest, Lee (1873–1961), U.S. inventor of the triode (1906), an electron tube with three electrodes that could operate as a signal amplifier as well as a rectifier. The triode was crucial to the development of radio and intercontinental telephony.

See also: Vacuum tube.

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