convergence control

convergence control

[kən′vər·jəns kən′trōl]
(electronics)
A control used in a color television receiver to adjust the potential on the convergence electrode of the three-gun color picture tube to achieve convergence.
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Available for both Mac and Windows platforms, CineForm Studio converges videos and photos captured with the 3D HERO System and provides image adjustment tools including 3D convergence control with unlimited keyframing, frame-rate, exposure, contrast, saturation, color temperature, image rotation, frame resizing, as well as cropping and zooming.
VoIP, web, instant messaging, music and video, IP TV), Reef Point's UCG is the only purpose-built platform to address the full set of session-aware FMC convergence control functions for the full range of access networks and industry standard FMC architectures.
The SuperScan 761 features five language selections and Hitachi's EasyMenu on-screen controls with adjustments for color temperature, degauss, moire, trapezoid, convergence control, pincushion and more.
Through a combination of correction waveforms, convergence control and deflection yoke technologies, improvements are made in the convergence accuracy when the unit is calibrated at the factory resulting in improved picture performance.
Moreover, says Algor, its fluid flow-analysis software now includes improved convergence controls that make fluid flow models easy to set up and faster to analyze.
ALGOR's fluid flow analysis software also now includes improved convergence controls that make fluid flow models easy to set up and faster to analyze.
This unique feature combined with automatic mesh generation and solver convergence controls allow the engineer to take advantage of fully integrated flow simulation within the design cycle.

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