cathode-ray tube


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  • noun

Synonyms for cathode-ray tube

a vacuum tube in which a hot cathode emits a beam of electrons that pass through a high voltage anode and are focused or deflected before hitting a phosphorescent screen

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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.
Existing cathode-ray tube displays for professional use have contrast ratios of roughly 10,000-100,000 to 1.
Compared with ink on paper, cathode-ray tubes and liquid crystal displays are bulky and heavy and they consume considerable amounts of power.
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.
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.
Although analog-based cathode-ray tube (CRT) medical display monitors dominated the market until recently due to favorable pricing and economies of scale, liquid crystal display (LCD) monitors are fast gaining ground over them.
Until now, the only FDA approved equipment for all soft copy mammography reviews employed cathode-ray tube (CRT) displays, limiting choice and excluding radiologists from flat-panel technology's image quality, ergonomic and quality-assurance benefits.