Abstract

Based on the facts related to solid-state cathodoluminescence, mixed excitation, and serial excitation recently discovered in our laboratory, a fundamental schematic design and a series of different schematic elaborated designs are proposed for protection from electron accumulation, reasonable use of a luminescent screen, and enhancement of light intensity.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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