the potential difference applied between a grid and the cathode of a vacuum tube.
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- grid capacitor,
- grid circuit,
- grid current,
- grid declination,
- grid leak
Origin of grid bias
First recorded in 1925–30
Also called C-bias.
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the fixed voltage applied between the control grid and cathode of a valve
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