"The amplifying properties of the three-electrode vacuum tube can be used to obtain what is termed regeneration. Since it is possible to have greater output energy than input energy, part of the output may be returned to the input side thus resulting in amplification of energy or in regeneration. By feeding back the correct amount of energy and in the right phase relation a constant re-amplification may be obtained and the tube can be made to act as a generator of sustained oscillations." (Gernsback, Sidney; Radio Encyclopedia; Sidney Gernsback, 1927)

"Generating Mass seeks higher pressure zones. Degenerating Mass seeks lower pressure zones. Regeneration is effected by Degenerative Impact in inertia, thus reversing sex." Russell

See Also

13.13 - Principle of Regeneration
Drude Electron
Polar Interchange - Part I
Polar Interchange - Part II
Polar Interchange - Part III
Polar Interchange - Part IV
Poynting Vector
Principle of Regeneration
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange

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