Application of the Laminar Flow Gun to Cathode-Ray Tubes
Consideration is given to the merits of the laminar flow gun versus the cross-over gun which has been virtually the CRT standard for the past 40 years.
By S. B. SCHUCK
Program 1974 SID International Symposium & Exhibition
Whither the CRT?
It has been suggested (with an assist from adherents to the cult of 'newness') that the cathode ray tube is on its way out.
By JIM E. WURTZ
Monkeying Around in the Display Industry
Multicolor and Multipersistence Penetration CRTs
Coloring coding improves recognition and response t ime. However, must CRT's show only black-and-white pictures. Most color CRT development has been for color TV, rather than scientific or industrial applications.
By ANDRE MARTIN
Four Test Patterns for Vector (line drawing) Computer Displayshe author suggests users of computer graphics displays not rely entirely upon tests provided by the manufacturer.
By ROBERT M. LEE