/ (ˈdaɪnəˌtrɒn) /
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electronics an oscillator containing a tetrode in which the screen grid is more positive than the anode, causing the anode current to decrease as its voltage increases
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Word Origin for dynatron oscillator
C20: from dyna (mo-) + -tron
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