CRT is a proper noun. CRT is (1) 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.
The following articles provide more information about the proper noun CRT.
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- CRT Monitors
computer monitors display various patterns of red, blue, and green dots which blend into millions of colors. Learn more about cathode-ray tube monitors.
- Video Projector Manufacturers
This video projectors website provides helpful links to manufacturers of CRT, DLP, and LCD video projectors, screens, and video projection accessories.
- Computer Monitors
Monitors are an integral part of a computer system. They display digitally generated data from a computer onto a CRT
(cathode ray tube) or an LCD (liquid crystal display).
- Video Projectors
A video projector uses a video signal to project an image onto a screen. Video projectors use CRT, LCD, or DLP technology. Visit this site to learn more about video projectors.
CRT — Cathode Ray Tube Components
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