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Because of its controlled emission and instantaneous reaction, the Carbon nanotube field-emission x-ray source has a lot of promise in x-ray communication. The CNT cold cathode x-ray source, as a communication signal source, could function in 1. 05 MHz pulse emission frequencies, according to the results, which indicated that the CNT cold cathode x-ray source, as a communication signal source, could work in a 1. 05 MHz pulse emission frequency. The pulsed x-ray waveform in the XCOM data transmission experiment was highly consistent with the loading data signal voltage waveforms at various pulse-emission rates. This work contributed to the X-ray high-frequency pulse emission of CNT cold cathode x-ray sources in XCOM, as well as the creation and application of a CNT cold cathode x-ray source in XCOM.
Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34749351
On an anode panel aiming for a cathode panel, ZnO nanowire cold cathodes were made on strip electrodes on a cathode panel, and Mo thin film strips were ready on an anode panel oriented as the target. The object's X-ray imaging of objects using different address schemes was obtained and the imaging results were analyzed. The findings showed that the feasibility of creating an addressable flat-panel X-ray source using diode-structure for advanced X-ray imaging was demonstrated.
Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34835877
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