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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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As the door closed on the market for colour cathode ray tubes, which triggered the closure of NEG, so a new opportunity is now emerging through the regeneration of this important site.
The Whirlwind computer at MIT had a cathode ray tube, a light pen, and an alphanumeric keyboard in the late 1940s.
Making their debut at the Passenger Terminal World exhibition in February were three new products: a 30in Thin Film Technology (TFT) Public Information Display (PID), a 32in natural flat Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) PID, and a 6.4in through to 20.1in sunlight-readable TFT display.
In 2002, AOC's line included cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors in 15-inch, 17-inch, and 19-inch sizes, as well as an introductory 15-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) flat-screen monitor.
The technology uses glass surface-conduction electron-emitter cathode plates distributed in an amount equal to the number of pixels on the display, and a glass high-voltage anode plate with conventional cathode ray tube (CRT) phosphors.
The product will contain a 17-inch cathode ray tube monitor and a 700MHz G4 processor.
Currently, the aircraft have cathode ray tube displays.
The development of interactive, computer-based career planning (CBCP) systems became technically possible in 1966 when International Business Machines released the first cathode ray tube. This device, a terminal that could be connected to a mainframe computer by a phone line or cable, could be as far away from the computer as 2,000 feet.
Today, most monitors are cathode ray tube (CRT) devices that employ the same technology as your television.
The existence of the cathode ray tube (see 1876) had raised a new possibility.
The first group uses the cathode ray tube, the second portion of the sampling is of various forms of liquid crystal displays and the final section includes other types of displays and systems which fall under more than one category.
A |Mexi-kit' consisted of a virtually complete color TV; the only assembly missing was the cathode ray tube (CRT).
Recycling fees will be assessed for televisions and cathode ray tube monitors, but all other acceptable electronics will be collected at no cost.