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  • n  a vacuum tube in which a hot cathode emits a beam of electrons that pass through a high voltage anode and are focused or deflected before hitting a phosphorescent screen

  • But picture quality generally falls short of both plasma and crt sets.
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  • Stefano in TMC Net
    The CLEAR study results demonstrate that regular optimization of CRT with our innovative SonR technology improves patient outcomes,said Stefano Di Lullo, President of the Sorin Group CRM business unit. "This is a giant step forward in...
  • Steve Jobs in Wired News
    Death to CRTs: Introducing the flat-panel iMac at Macworld San Francisco in January 2002, Jobs tells the audience that "the new iMac ushers in the age of flat-screen computing for everyone. The CRT display is now officially dead."
  • Boris Johnson in London SE1
    Responding to questions from London Assembly members Brian Coleman and Caroline Pidgeon, Mr Johnson said: "Cross River Tram (CRT) has been developed over a number of years by TfL in partnership with the local boroughs. There is currently funding in...

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