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V-LCD17-TV Tequipment.Net Marshall Not Provided 17' LCD Monitor Video & TV
EM886AT#ABU ASAP Semiconductor HP Not Provided HP LE1711 17 LCD Monitor
2913020 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Optoelectronics LCD MONITOR 17" W/TOUCH SCREEN
R47HBUK ASAP Semiconductor LENOVO Not Provided TV L1711P 17 BLACK LCD MONITOR
MG-LCD-25 Global Industrial Mg Electronics Not Provided Lcd Tv Wall Mount For Monitor 17"- 37"
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  • Society for Information Display News Stories September 2002
    for larger and wider LCD monitors continues to rise, LG.Philips LCD is increasing the production of wide-screen and larger 17-inch, 18-inch,
  • Computer Power User Article - Advanced Q&A Corner
    I'm about to purchase an ATI Radeon 9800 XT for my Dell XPS. Right now I have a 17-inch CRT monitor, but due to a recent foray into video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro, I really want to add an additional monitor. I have some questions, though, and if you can answer them, I'd be forever indebted
  • Society for Information Display News Stories November 2003
    that operate fifth-generation fabs are able to produce three 30/32-inch LCD panels on a single motherglass, and15 to 16 15-inch panels or 12 17-inch panels on the same motherglass. With the move to larger panels, there is less available capacity to manufacture the smaller
  • Society for Information Display News Stories March 2003
    and 19-inch TFT-LCD monitor panels. Three-Five Systems To Spin Off Microdisplay Business Tempe, Arizona, March 17 - Three-Five Systems announced today that its Board of Directors has approved a decision to spin off its LCoS microdisplay division to its stockholders, which will result in a newly created
  • Medical Device Link .
    negative connotation associated with diabetic or medical products, the Roche glucose meter has the appearance of a mobile phone, personal digital assistant (PDA), or other nonmedical device. All of the monitor s metering systems are integrated onto a single, easy-to-read LCD screen. A reloadable
  • Medical Device Link .
    been designed to resemble a cellular phone to appeal to customers who prefer a small device that doesn't "look like a medical device" users insert a drum-shaped cartridge containing 17 test strips into the device in an intuitive process similar to loading film into a 35-mm camera. "There's only one
  • Paralleling DC/DC Converters With Output Synchronous Rectifiers
    as well. Figure 1 shows a schematic diagram to drive an LED bank to supply white backlight to an LCD monitor using Luxeon's LXHLMGDA DCC Backlighting Emitter Assembly1. The assembly has 2 strings of red LEDs (5 LEDs per string), 2 strings of blue LEDs (3 LEDs per string) and 2 strings of green LEDs
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    the Technology The first modern embedded system was the Apollo Guidance Computer, developed by Charles Stark Draper at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory. The first mass-produced embedded system was the Autonetics D-17 guidance computer for the Minuteman missile, released in 1961. Since

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