Being one of the most recent advances in the technology of TVs, Plasma TVs are display devices of the 21st century that are becoming increasingly popular among viewers. Plasma TVs have better image quality and resolution than conventional televisions; ensure crisp, clear images, and superior quality.
Plasma TVs were created after the successful invention of Donald L. Bitzer and H. Gene Slottow at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign located, the plasma display panel in 1964. Featuring a unique technology, Plasma televisions produce images through a combination of inert gases such as xenon and neon. When gas is charged using electrodes atoms collide and release energy in the form of ultra violet light (UV). The light is focused in three phosphors (red, green and blue) producing a bright image.
Fomamatos and resolution standards
Plasma TVs come in format EDTV (Enhanced Definition TV) with a resolution of 852 × 480 and in a format with an even higher definition, HDTV (Higher Definition TV in English) with a resolution of 1024 × 768. Plasma TVs have screens with a high ratio between the width and height of the screen. As plasma televisions do not use electron beams as conventional televisions, are immune to the effects of magnetic fields. They offer a wider viewing angle and accurate image reproduction. Being narrow, space-saving plasma TVs, these can even be hung on a wall. Moreover, most of these TVs come with a flat screen which eliminates edge distortion.
These artifacts can be placed in meeting rooms, corporate offices, and network control rooms. They are ideal choices for home theater enthusiasts. Due to their excellent quality with ambient light, plasma televisions are widely used for teleconferencing.
A countless number of retail and online stores specialize in selling plasma TVs. Due to its intrinsic merits plasma televisions are becoming the most demanded alternative for CRT TVs and projection TVs.