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INVESTIGATION OF SOLID-STATE DELAY LINES
KAISER INDUSTRIES CORP PALO ALTO CALIF
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Research was conducted on solid-state display circuitry. Of the two basic items needed for a dispay panel, a control apparatus and a light controlling medium, efforts were directed only toward the control apparatus. The work has progressed to a point where it stands as a major breakthrough in electronic switching commutating or crossed-field crossed-grid panels, using electroluminescent phosphor or other light controlling media. The switching system is described, including the digital arrangement which removes the normal limitations on resolution. An automatic phasing scheme is also explained. The 40 x 40 and the 100 x 100 line breadboard displays and the 100 element bar graph are described. Also covered are the various types of delay lines studied, as well as nanosecond pulse techniques and pulsers, and assembly methods of EL panels. Author
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