display tube

display tube

[di′splā ‚tüb]
(electronics)
A cathode-ray tube used to provide a visual display. Also known as visual display unit.
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Immediately the spots on the display tube entered a mad dance.
Ivor Brodie of SRI International spoke on what has become the most ubiquitous vacuum device today, the display tube.
The 15, 17 and 19-inch colour display tube and liquid crystal display (LCD) monitors will be provided under an original equipment manufacturing (OEM) agreement.
CPT, the world largest color display tube maker, will use technology provided by Japan's Mitsubishi to make the TFT-LCDs, which account for about a third of a notebook PC's production costs.
The warranty covers labor, parts and display tube for three years.
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TAEC) today announced the expansion of its Color Display Tube (CDT) line-up with the introduction of new Flat Face 17- and 19-inch display tubes.
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Vintage components from the US have been used for the electronics with bulbs and display tubes made using Russian technology.
Characters and arrows from the fluorescent display tubes that light up from the area below the windshield are seen by the driver's eyes as lights from two different channels.
Long gone are the days of the round display tubes with the radial line sweeping around the screen as the primary, analog radar searched the sky.