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Depolarization in liquid-crystal televisions

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Abstract

The depolarization of a TVT-6000 liquid-crystal television has been measured to vary between 2% and 9% as a function of bias voltage, angle of incidence, and incident polarization state.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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