June 2011
Broadcast Engineering (World Edition);Jun2011, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p6
In this article, the author focuses on cathode ray tubes (CRTs), liquid crystal displays and organic light-emitting diode televisions (OLED). He states that demands of portable market are generally different from those of consumer market and so when LCDs took over consumer market, broadcast market for CRTs was a casualty. He highlights that manufacturing of OLED also face challenges and developers are trying to create displays which will have long life.


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