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Plasma display apparatus and driving method thereof

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A plasma display apparatus may be provided that reduces a noise generating in a waveform applied to a scan electrode or a sustain electrode and that stabilizes address discharge by improving applying time point of a waveform applied in an address period, so that driving stability of a panel may increase. The plasma display apparatus may include a plasma display panel in which a plurality of scan electrodes and a plurality of address electrodes intersecting the scan electrodes are formed, and a data driver dividing the address electrode into a plurality of electrode groups, corresponding to a scan waveform applied to the scan electrode, and the data driver applying an address waveform to one address electrode group, and the address waveform having an applying time point that is different from an applying time point of the scan waveform.

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