dissector tube

dissector tube

[də′sek·tər ‚tüb]
(electronics)
Camera tube having a continuous photo cathode on which is formed a photoelectric emission pattern which is scanned by moving its electron-optical image over an aperture.
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In 1970, Scan-Optics was the first manufacturer to make scanning by image dissector tube (IDT) commercially available.