OKI 17V10  
Written by Accutron on 2014-06-02  

In the 1950s, the Japanese corporation OKI collaborated with Raytheon to produce their own versions of the WWII-era 2K33 K-band oscillator klystron. The OKI 17V10 is an example of this development. Note the similar construction to the related Raytheon QK291 pictured below.

OKI 17V10 reflex klystron.

This article is part of the [Microwave Amplifier & Oscillator Tubes] exhibit.

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