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Stanford University - Palo Alto, California. On 5 June 1937 Russell Varian conceived of the amplifying tube known today as the klystron. Working with Russell and Sigurd Varian, William W. Hansen designed the resonators for an experimental klystron that was first operated in August 1937.
 
Stanford University - Palo Alto, California. On 5 June 1937 Russell Varian conceived of the amplifying tube known today as the klystron. Working with Russell and Sigurd Varian, William W. Hansen designed the resonators for an experimental klystron that was first operated in August 1937.
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Stanford University - Palo Alto, California. On 5 June 1937 Russell Varian conceived of the amplifying tube known today as the klystron. Working with Russell and Sigurd Varian, William W. Hansen designed the resonators for an experimental klystron that was first operated in August 1937.