- cathode-ray tube.
- a computer monitor or television that includes a cathode-ray tube.
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The computer sends the pattern to the CRT only once, and the display can persist until erased.
Furthermore, the storage tube can be used alternately as an ordinary CRT with quite satisfactory resolution.
Memory CRT's are needed to provide independent displays for each user.
- cathode-ray tube
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