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October 1st, 2003
Plasma Screens and the Future of Display Technology
In the ever-expanding arena of large-display technology , is plasma here to stay? "Plasma displays, I think, are a very awkward technology," James Jaskie, chief scientist at Motorola's Microelectronics and Physical Sciences Laboratory, told TechNewsWorld. Plasma display panels use emissive technology in which the display is created by electrodes igniting the plasma gas to give off various colors, Jaskie explained. On the other hand, PDPs are in stores now, while Nano-Emissive Display (NED) technology is at least a year, or maybe two, away from hitting production lines.
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