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October 18th, 2004

Furthering the HDTV Revolution - The CNT-FED Display

Abstract:
Many believe that the field emission display (FED) utilizing carbon nanotubes (CNT) as electron emitter is the technology of choice for ultra-high definition, wide-screen televisions. It is this technology that will be able to support the HDTV revolution at adequate cost.

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