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Technology '89: Consumer electronics

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Significant developments in consumer electronics during 1988 are highlighted. They include: FCC (Federal Communications Commission) rulings on high-definition television; the availability of television receivers with improved definition; accelerated work on active-matrix displays; brighter light-emitting diodes; the unveiling of the EIA standard home electronic bus; and an erasable CD (compact disc) audio player for under $500.<>

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 1 )