Electronic Display Measurement. Concepts, Techniques, and Instrumentation

  • ID: 2174451
  • Book
  • 344 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The first and only complete reference on how to measure, test, and compare electronic displays

Electronic Display Measurement is the first complete reference manual in its field and a practical guide to the most reliable techniques, methods, and instruments available for measuring electronic displays. Supplemented with an extensive bibliography, useful industry standards, and difficult–to–find conversions, equations, and tables, this book also includes an appendix of equipment manufacturers and nearly 100 illustrations and charts. A discussion of the common pitfalls involved in measuring displays promises to bring some needed standardization to the field.

This easy–to–understand manual helps you gauge the dependability, accuracy, and competitiveness of any electronic display. Electronic Display Measurement shows you how to measure:

∗ Luminance.

∗ Resolution.

∗ Contrast.

∗ Quality.Color.

∗ Uniformity.

∗ Registration.

∗ And more.

Electronic Display Measurement explains difficult concepts clearly and describes delicate procedures step–by–step. It is the most up–to–date guide available for designers, engineers, and manufacturers of display systems who need to develop precise, reliable methods for evaluating electronic displays.
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Light and Color.

Light Sources, Filters, and Detectors.

Displays.

Measurement Instrumentation.

Luminance and Contrast Measurement.

Color Measurement.

Resolution Measurement.

Geometry Measurements.

Time– Related Measurements.

Calibration.

Display and Related Standards.

Appendices.

Index.
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PETER KELLER is an engineer at Tektronix, Inc. in Beaverton, Oregon. He is the former chairman of the EIA JT–20 Display CRT Standards Committee and of the Society for Information Display Definitions and Standards Committee. Mr. Keller is the author of numerous papers, articles, and a previous book, The Cathode–Ray Tube: Technology, History, and Applications.
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