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A Visit to Tecdis
By Kenneth I. Werner

My Turn
Sunny EuroDisplay 2002 Shows Depth of European Display Activity
By Alain Dore

Rethinking the PC    
Increasing integration in display electronics is prompting Philips Semiconductors and others to rethink and dramatically repartition the PC - which is making the display even more central to the system than it is now.
By Roberto Simmarano

Combining High Definition with NTSC: Part I
An increasing number of TV viewers who do not have access to HD signals are enjoying HDTV image quality. Fortunately, modern video signal processing chips can produce nearly HDTV quality with NTSC signals.
By Gwyn Edwards

Combining High Definition with NTSC: Part II
The approaches described in Part I provide solutions to many video-conversion problems, but HD requires the addition of more-advanced techniques for high-quality imagery.
By Gwyn Edwards

Hard Solutions to Soft Problems
A highly integrated chip provides GUI support for embedded systems with LCDs.
By Jerry Shapiro

EuroDisplay 2002 Was Filled with Surprises
In a year when conference organizers everywhere were nervous about numbers, EuroDisplay 2002 exceeded attendance expectations - and added high quality, a much-appreciated location, and technical and non-technical surprises.
By Ken Werner

Baltimore, Hidden Gem of the East Coast, to Host SID 2003
The Continental Congress met in Baltimore, and the international display community will meet there, too, from May I 8 to 23, for the Society for Information Display's 34th International Symposium, Seminar, and Exhibition.
By Ken Werner

SID '03 Hotel Reservation Information

Sustaining Members

Call Me Quirky
By David Lieberman

Calendar of Display-Related Events