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CRT display

A computer monitor or TV set that uses a cathode ray tube (CRT) for its display technology. See CRT.


More Than a Hundred Pounds
Big CRT TVs such as this Sony 35" set weighed well over a hundred pounds and jutted out from the wall two feet.
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The CRT display (monochrome G signal only) was dimmed to operate at 0.4 footlamberts (approximately 1.37 cd/[m.sup.2]).
A new desktop line from Apple designed specifically for education includes a 17-inch flat CRT display and a 700 MHz PowerPC G4 processor in a design that is 8 mm less deep than the original 15-inch iMac.
The flat CRT display offers Sony's Emmy award-winning Trinitron display technology which produces bright and clear images while reducing reflections and glare.
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The luminance of each set of LEDs approaches the luminance of a CRT display set to saturated red, green, and blue colors.
Also detailed was how to adjust a CRT display and keep it in best adjustment using a utility such as DisplayMate from DisplayMate Technologies (www.displaymate.com).
It is ideal to drive the low-cost, high-resolution LCD displays found in today's growing consumer electronics industry, and has built-in support for CRT display s to a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels.
A fully error-corrected, 201-point measurement is updated on the CRT display in less than a second, using the instrument's unique ramp sweep mode.
First, passwords should never be issued on a CRT display message.
MDI's system can put up to 300 mobile units on one full-duplex channel with its largest, most sophisticated MDT (315-character CRT display, six-screen memory).