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Horizontal Scan Non-Linearity in Television Receivers and the Saturable Reactor

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Claypool, H.W. ; Westinghouse Electric Corporation, TV-Radio Division, Metuchen, New Jersey

The current trend in cathode-ray tube designs for use in modern TV receivers seem to fall into two categories: (1) More rectangular or ``squared off'' faceplates in order to provide more viewing area for a given aspect ratio. (2) Increased deflection angles so that the overall length of the CRT may be reduced for a given deflection angle. This is necessary for the popular ``slimline'' type of cabinetry.

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Broadcast and Television Receivers, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:BTR-7 ,  Issue: 1 )