Comparison of two flare-reducing methods in conventional cathode-ray tubes.
The intensity profile of the familiar "halation" ring pattern associated with conventional cathode-ray tubes has been measured. From these details the relative efficiency of two flare-reducing methods has been deduced. The methods are compared on the basis of the relative flare intensity produced at the centre of a circular unexcited patch surrounded by uniformly illuminated phosphor.
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