cathode emission

cathode emission

[′kath‚ōd i′mish·ən]
(electronics)
A process whereby electrons are emitted from the cathode structure.
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Oxygen ions, moving in electric field of the pallet, reached its interface with vacuum cavity of the tube and released their electrons into general current of the cathode emission.
The architecture allows compatibility with a wide range of cathode emission characteristics utilizing internal gamma correction to provide individual red, green and blue color correction.