[ sat-i-kon ]
/ ˈsæt ɪˌkɒn /
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a camera tube similar to the vidicon in construction and operation but using a combination of the semiconductors selenium, arsenic, and tellurium (rather than antimony sulfide) as its photoconductive surface.
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British Dictionary definitions for Saticon
/ (ˈsætɪˌkɒn) /
trademark a high-resolution television camera tube used when high definition is required
Word Origin for Saticon
C20: from s (elenium) + a (rsenic) + t (ellurium) (used in the tube screen) + icon (oscope)
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