The dot pitch for a display unit is the distance between individual dots - which may be circular or in the form of an elongated circle (like a running track). Most display units, nowadays, are based on dots of three colours: red, green and blue. A pixel is unit formed by each set of three colours, and a pixel pitch is a measure based on the size of the pixel and the distance between dots of the same colour in adjacent pixels.
Dot pitch is the distance between the pixels on the display. The size of the display equals the number of pixels times the dot pitch. -DJ Craig
Each pixel is made of three LED's (RGB) dot pitch is the distance between two near and same color LED.
A dot is only a singular quantum while a pixel is actually made up of dots consisting of a red, green, and blue components. By controlling the various combinations and positioning a color picture is generated on the screen or on paper.
Dot pitch is a measure of the distance between pixels. The smaller the dot pitch, the better the picture.
The smallest dot on a screen is a pixel
Dot pitch is the distance between each triad of pixels in a display. Resolution is the number of pixels in the horizontal and vertical dimension. Examples would be a 24 inch monitor with a 1920 x 1080 resolution has a dot pitch of 277 micrometers.
A pixel is one colored dot. in blk & wht one dot will do, but in color you need three.
The number of pixels that can be displayed The number of bits used to represent each pixel The dot pitch of the monitor
monochromatic means it can display only one color except black.Each pixel in Monochromatic crt contain a phosphor dot of one color whereas in color CRT the phosphor dot in each pixel contains three colors Red, green, blue(RGB).
its a pixel
Dot pitch refers to the distance between dots or pixels for computer printers, scanners, monitors or other pixel-based devices. DPI, or dots per inch, is similar in the devices that it supports, but instead measures the number of individual dots or pixels that fit within the span of an inch.