1 January 1968 Considerations for Fiber Optic Application to Cathode Ray Tubes
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Optical Engineering, 6(2), 060244 (1968). doi:10.1117/12.7971391
Consideration is given to answering the application engineer's questions regarding the relative importance of fiber size, extra mural absorbing material, numerical aperture, geometry, and general cost effectiveness of fiber optic plates when used in a cathode ray tube. Also described is a concise description of the various deficiencies of typical fiber optic products, the distortions, blemishes and their impact upon system performance. One example of a successful combination of fiber optics and a miniature cathode ray tube is described in detail.
Andrew A. Mueller, "Considerations for Fiber Optic Application to Cathode Ray Tubes," Optical Engineering 6(2), 060244 (1 January 1968). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971391


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