surface-conduction electron-emitter display

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surface-conduction electron-emitter display (plural surface-conduction electron-emitter displays)

  1. (electronics) a flat panel display technology that uses surface conduction electron emitters to provide electrons for every pixel. The electrons strike coloured phosphors to produce a colour image. In a general sense, an SED consists of a matrix of cathode ray tubes, each tube producing a single pixel.

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  • (electronics): SED (abbreviation)

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