An evolutionary algorithm has been used to design a family of shaped radiofrequency pulses giving uniform absorption-mode excitation across a predetermined frequency band. By allowing a free precession interval before signal acquisition, time is left for field gradients to be switched and for undesirable transients to decay.
The principles for intrinsic greyscale generation and stabilization of bistable photoaligned FLCD are discussed and investigated. In order to realize these principles, the passive matrix driving scheme for FLCD is proposed and studied. Passive 160×160 matrix addressing photoaligned 5µm reflective FLC display (48mm×46mm) with high contrast and 4 memorized… (More)
Flexible optically rewritable reflective TN LC display based on photoalignment technology has been demonstrated. The rewritable display does not require any electronic scheme, power supply, or conductive layers, when operating. Such a display can erase and write images for many times because of LC alignment reorientation onto one photoalignment layer under… (More)