Crt stands for?
Cathode Ray tube
I think you mean to say, difference between CRT and LCD. CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube. CRT contains a picture tube in which an electron gun fires electrons at the fluorescent screen to display images. LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. LCD uses light modulating properties of Liquid Crystal to display colors.
What is a device which receives electrical impulses and restores them to a visual form with a modified cathode ray tube?
CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube, This is the way that the image is projected onto the screen. In much the same way as old style TVs and is the reason CRT screens have that big back end (to accomadate the Cathode Ray Tube) This is different from newer Computer Monitors such as TFT screens; Trans reflective. Etc
A computer screen can be called a few things. Most commonly, they are referred to as "Computer Monitors". They are also called "Computer Displays". Sometimes, they are referred to by the technology they employ to display an image, or by other physical characteristics of the device. For example, sometimes the abbreviation CRT is referring to a computer monitor. CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube. CRT monitors are very similar to older televisions. Sometimes, monitors are…
CRT stands for Cathode Ray Tube, and refers to the large, older, TV-like monitors that use a scanning electron beam to display information. LCD is an acronym for Liquid Crystal Display. LCD is commonly known as the Flat Screen due to its shape. It generally is smaller, has a brighter and sharper picture, and (for those reasons) is more expensive.
AQUADAG is used in CRO for the collection of secondary electrons emitted from the inner CRT tube surface. It is actually a graphite(mild) coating on the inner side of CRT side walls for collecting secondary electrons so that the CRT do not get heated up due to the Collisions of those electrons at some other parts of CRT, there by preventing CRT from Thermal Runaway.
Why lw-crt tv box don't display on flat monitors? They actually try to display but the picture will flicker and disappear. CRT is "Cathode Ray Tube" and LCD is "Liquid Display Cristal" thus the units were manufactured to specifically produce for CRT monitors not LCD monitors. LCD monitors have a different resolution and image refresh rate compared to CRT monitors therefore both monitors (LCD & CRT) monitors, compose the picture in different formats. So the…
As LCD display technology improves, it now beats CRT for clarity and image stability. CRT based computer monitors are no longer mass produced and existing CRT monitors are usually several years old. As they age, the image becomes softer so there will be few CRT displays that can compare with a modern LCD screen.