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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.
and two affiliated with South Korean firms to pay a total of 3.32 billion yen in fines for an alleged cartel to fix prices for cathode-ray tubes for television sets.
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.
Built in 1971, and extended in 1995, the factory at its height was LG Philips' main cathode-ray tube plant in the UK with more than nine miles of internal conveyors producing 3.5 million tubes a year.
High luminance of 400cd/m2 and a wide color gamut of 72 percent, equivalent to that of a cathode-ray tube (CRT), are realized through NEC LCD Technologies' own unique UA-SFT technology, which boasts improved panel transmissivity (180 percent from A-SFT technology, and 120 percent from SA-SFT technology).
A standard, cathode-ray tube (CRT)--based television incorporates an electron gun.
If they still seem so emphatically stuck, even here, it is because they have not passed through the cathode-ray tube unscathed, remaining tethered to their former life source by way of an electronic umbilicus that may never be cut.
The battle has officially begun: sleek, flat-panel liquid crystal display (LCD) PC monitors are flooding the market and forcing the continued erosion of traditional cathode-ray tube (CRT) shipments.
Digital audiovisual products, cellular telephones and factory-automation equipment showed the most growth despite declines for cathode-ray tubes.
Despite its leading share in standard cathode-ray tube (CRT) TVs, Sony is seen as having lingered too long in protecting that position, wasting time that rivals used to stride ahead in LCD technology.
A spokesperson for the company said that the technology could one day replace conventional cathode-ray tubes, LCDs and plasma screens.
For PCs with cathode-ray tube monitors, consumers will be required to pay 7,000 yen, the association of electronics makers said, announcing how the recycling program will work.
The major consumer electronics and electric machinery maker said the cause of the problems was mainly insufficient soldering at the back of the cathode-ray tube.
When you hear cathode-ray tube, magnetic-receiver unit, relay-optics assembly, up-look reticule, upper helmet-vehicle interface, and a camera, it sounds like the ATs really are going to be busy.