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a beam of electrons emitted by the cathode of an electrical discharge tube

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These cartels for cathode-ray tubes are 'textbook cartels': they feature all the worst kinds of anti-competitive behaviour that are strictly forbidden to companies doing business in Europe," EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said in a statement.
The total production of 300 million TVs consists of 277 million cathode-ray tube TVs, 13 million plasma TVs and 10 million liquid crystal display TVs.
A cathode-ray tube TV costs about pounds 25 a year to run and accounts for 100kg of carbon dioxide emissions, whereas a plasma TV costs about pounds 100 per year and accounts for 400kg of CO2.
It covers traditional cathode-ray tubes (CRTs), flat CRTs, and LCD flat panels.
Since cathode-ray tube monitors tend to provide much higher contrast ratios than LCD or plasma displays, professionals have long used high-end cathode-ray tube monitors, the company said.
In a cathode-ray tube display, a scanning electron beam causes phosphors to glow at selected spots.
With 5,000 skilled employees and state-of-the-art equipment, XOCECO manufactures a wide variety of quality electronics including flat panel (PDP/LCD) televisions, cathode-ray tube (CRT) televisions, set-top boxes (STB), and other telecommunication products and electronic components.
In 2002, worldwide demand for cathode-ray tube color televisions grew 2.
VDTs contain cathode-ray tubes that release very-low-frequency electromagnetic fields.
The global television market is currently undergoing a major transition as traditional cathode-ray tube (CRT) technologies are replaced by flat-panel technologies.
The shutter consists of several polarizing filters and a liquid-crystal cell, which form a sandwich that can be placed in front of a cathode-ray tube.
the first company to introduce cathode-ray tube technology in Korea, Orion OLED provides cutting-edge OLED technology to world-class cellular phone manufacturers and MP3 player makers.