field-emission display

field-emission display

[′fēld i‚mish·ən di‚splā]
(electronics)
A flat-panel electronic display in which electrons are extracted from an array of cold-cathode emitters by applying a voltage between the cathode and a control electrode, and the electrons are then accelerated without deflection over a distance of less than 1 millimeter before colliding with a phosphor-coated flat faceplate.
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The agreement, signed in 1994 with Raytheon, made the company a partner of the field-emission display (FED) Alliance, an industrial group led by PixTech that shares FED technology, patents and know-how.
PixTech designs, develops and manufactures field-emission displays (FEDs), a new type of flat-panel display that may replace liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) in a wide range of portable products, and cathode-ray tubes (CRTs) in desktop monitors.
is engaged in the development of a new generation flat-panel display product, commonly refereed to as a field-emission display.
Coloray Display Corporation is engaged in the development of a new generation flat-panel display product, commonly referred to as a field-emission display.
is engaged in the development of a new generation flat-panel computer display product, commonly referred to as a field-emission display.
is engaged in the development of a new generation flat panel computer display product, commonly referred to as a field-emission display.
NanoMarkets' report finds that electrophoretic displays, electrochromic displays, cholesteric liquid crystal, field-emission displays, OLEDs, electroluminescent materials and emissive carbon nanotube technology will impact a wide variety of signage markets ranging from large outdoor billboards to point-of-sale labels.
Field-emission displays or plasma display panels show great promise and present a challenge to liquid-crystal displays.
This long-range vision addresses innovative display technologies such as field-emission displays (FEDs), color plasma displays and color thin-film transistor liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCDs), and the issue of integrated drivers for TFT-LCDs.
Nasdaq/Easdaq: PIXT) today announced that it has received a purchase order to provide 50,000 of its field-emission displays (FEDs) over a five-year period to an East Coast manufacturer of portable medical equipment.
He quickly accelerated the move toward improved, stable manufacturing yields of field-emission displays (FEDs).

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