Definition of vertical blanking interval
— called also blanking interval
Note: The vertical blanking interval was originally required to keep the electron gun of a cathode-ray tube from drawing on the screen while it returned to the starting point after each cycle. In more recent types of displays, the brief gap has proven useful for carrying other types of information that accompany the signal.
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