multifrequency monitor

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multifrequency monitor

A monitor that adjusts to all frequencies within a range or to a set of specific frequencies within a range. NEC popularized the multifrequency monitor with its Multisync line starting in the mid-1980s. See Multisync monitor.
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The DeluxScan 5870 is a 15", Windows 95 PnP compatible multiscanning color monitor.
Multiscan capability Hitachi developed special multiscanning circuitry that automatically adjusts to XGA, SVGA and VGA inputs.
Composite, S-Video, RGB & YUV outputs, genlock support, true multiscanning over a wide input range, dual computer inputs and variable sizing and positioning are among the high-end Scan Do Ultra features.
The Gateway 2000 Vivitron monitors have a multiscanning, analog color display, based on Sony Trinitron technology, capable of resolutions up to 1280 x 1024 with flicker-free, non-interlaced operation.
The pixel resolution of the Personal Calibrator is multiscanning up to 1600 x 1200.
The new family includes four models: two 14-inch, one 15-inch and one 17-inch, all with multiscanning capabilities for high resolutions to meet a variety of business computing needs.
The multiscanning monitor supports a range of resolutions with a maximum non-interlaced resolution of 1600 x 1280 at 60Hz.
A Pentium/132-powered 90 or 100, this machine features one gigabyte of SCSI storage, 32 megabytes of RAM, 4 mm digital audio tape back-up, double-speed CD-ROM drive, 21-inch multiscanning monitor, 24-bit video and a DSP sound card with high-end speakers.
Anchored by either a Pentium/60 or 66 chip or the newest addition to the 486 family, the 100 mhz DX4, this system includes: 500 megabytes of hard disk storage, 16 megabytes of RAM, a double-speed CD-ROM drive, a 14400 baud modem with fax capability, 17-inch multiscanning monitor, 24-bit video and a 16-bit sound card.
With multiscanning technology, the WY-870 supports VESA standards and flicker-free refresh rates.

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