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Home Projection Television: Part III. Deflection Circuits

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2 Author(s)
J. Haantjes ; N. V. Philips'' Gloeilampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, the Netherlands ; F. Kerkhof

High-efficiency magnetic deflection circuits which are equally adaptable to projection and direct-viewing television receivers, and a method of obtaining perfect interlace by utilizing the first serration in the vertical synchronizing signal, are described. The horizontal output stage comprises a power-output tube and an "efficiency diode." It is shown that the latter can be used in such a way that it effectively improves the power economy, suppresses spurious oscillations, and improves the sweep linearity. The vertical output stage is coupled to the deflection coils by means of a transformer, which, for reasons of power and space economy, is allowed to introduce considerable distortion of the sawtooth current wave shape. This distortion is compensated by a phase-correcting network in the grid circuit of the output tube. The deflection coils are wound in a flat layer with tapered cross section, and are afterwards bent to shape. A newly developed low-loss magnetic ferrite material has been advantageously utilized in the horizontal-deflection circuit.

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Proceedings of the IRE  (Volume:36 ,  Issue: 3 )