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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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.
The company says that its technology will allow largearea flat-panel displays to be produced at lower cost than plasma-display panels or other field-emission displays.

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