Flat panel television
The CRT has been used in an image display such as a television receiver over the longest period of time. But a CRT device has a relatively heavy weight and a large size. Thus, a CRT device cannot satisfy the current demands of small-size and lightweight. Hence, flat panel displays, such as a liquid crystal display (LCD) device using an electric field optical effect, a plasma display panel (PDP) device using a gas discharge and an electroluminescence display (ELD) device using an electric field luminous effect, have been actively researched to substitute CRT monitors. Among flat panel type displays, the LCD is much slimmer and lighter than any other displays and it requires lower driving voltage and less power consumption. Also, the LCD has the displaying quality similar to the CRT. LCDs display a picture using electrical and optical properties of liquid crystal and their developments are being directed toward a trend pursuing a higher resolution and a larger screen size. The flat panel display receives image signals and horizontal and vertical synchronizing signals from a host. The received image signals are synchronized by the flat panel display according to the horizontal and vertical synchronizing signals and displayed thereby. In general, an LCD device is a non-emissive display device that displays images by a refractive index difference utilizing optical anisotropy properties of a liquid crystal material interposed between an array substrate and a color filter substrate. A plasma display is a flat display that uses plasma generated via a gas discharge process to display characters or images, and tens to millions of pixels are provided thereon in a matrix format, depending on its size. A plasma display device may include a plasma display panel, for displaying images using plasma discharge generated in discharge cells therein, a chassis base, for supporting the plasma display panel, and one or more circuit units, which drive the plasma display panel.
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