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1024 X 1024 Pixel Flicker-Free Color Displays With Dynamic Resolution
Author(s): Ernest F. Genaw; Richard E. Holmes
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Paper Abstract

Higher resolution, wider video bandwidth, and flicker free are the features that users of color TV monitors want most. Color stability and raster stability also rank high on the list of desired features. For the past four years, the authors' company has been the technical leader for such displays - providing 50 kHz line rates for 1024x768 pixel with 60 Hz refresh (well above the eye's critical flicker frequency) color displays for military systems. Other manufacturers have attempted to meet the flicker-free requirement by using long persistence phosphors which tend to reduce the effective resolution of dynamically moving images. Now monitor users are requiring 64 kHz line rates, and greater than 100 MHz video bandwidth for even higher resolution 1024x1024 pixel, 60 Hz refresh, flicker-free color displays capable of displaying moving images. Added to these requirements is the desire for lower cost and lower power. This paper describes how these conflicting desires are being provided in the SRL Model 2110 Flicker-Free Color TV Display. Also included is a discussion on improved image geometry and the heretofore unheard of video bandwidth of greater than 100 MHz (capable of supporting greater than 200 million pixels per second) at usable brightness levels.

Paper Details

Date Published: 16 August 1983
PDF: 3 pages
Proc. SPIE 0386, Advances in Display Technology III, (16 August 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.970240
Show Author Affiliations
Ernest F. Genaw, Systems Research Laboratories, Inc. (United States)
Richard E. Holmes, Systems Research Laboratories, Inc. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0386:
Advances in Display Technology III
Elliott Schlam, Editor(s)

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