24.4L: Late‐News Paper: A 13.0‐inch AM‐OLED Display with Top Emitting Structure and Adaptive Current Mode Programmed Pixel Circuit (TAC)

  title={24.4L: Late‐News Paper: A 13.0‐inch AM‐OLED Display with Top Emitting Structure and Adaptive Current Mode Programmed Pixel Circuit (TAC)},
  author={Tatsuya Sasaoka and Mitsunobu Sekiya and Akira Yumoto and Jiro Yamada and Takashi Hirano and Yuichi Iwase and Takao Yamada and Tadashi Ishibashi and Takao Mori and Mitsuru Asano and Shin-ichiro Tamura and Tetsuo Urabe},
  journal={SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers},
A device structure and a driving method were developed to design large‐scale active matrix organic light‐emitting diode (AM‐OLED) display with good gray scale uniformity and high aperture ratio. With these technologies, we developed a full color 13.0‐inch SVGA AM‐OLED display, the largest OLED display ever reported to date. These technologies will open up the OLED applications to larger size displays such as desktop monitors and TVs. 

29.5L: Late‐News Paper: Advanced AM‐OLED Display Based on White Emitter with Microcavity Structure

We developed an AM‐OLED display having saturated RGB, high efficiency and good contrast ratio. These properties, which outperform those of a conventional White OLED and color filter (WOLED+CF)

8.1: Invited Paper: Advancements and Outlook of High Performance Active‐Matrix OLED Displays

By introducing new terminology, active‐matrix OLED's advanced performance can be well characterized. “Luminous Flux” and Assured Dynamic Range” better represent the viewer's impression than previous

54.5L: Late‐News Paper: A 24‐inch AM‐OLED Display with XGA Resolution by Novel Seamless Tiling Technology

A 24‐inch panel, the largest OLED display ever reported, has been fabricated using 2×2 tiles with no apparent seams using a novel seamless tiling technology for full color AM‐OLED display.

9.1: A 3.5‐inch OLED Display using a 4‐TFT Pixel Circuit with an Innovative Pixel Driving Scheme

A new pixel circuit for the “clamped inverter driving method” reported previously is developed. The pixel circuit is composed of four TFTs, one capacitor and five signal lines including power supply.

44.4: Distinguished Paper: Towards Large‐Area Full‐Color Active‐Matrix Printed Polymer OLED Television

We have developed a new multi‐head Polymer OLED inkjet print technology to make large screen OLED television. This printer is used to make a 13″ diagonal 16:9 format Polymer OLED prototype driven by

Towards large‐area full‐color active‐matrix printed polymer OLED television

A new multi-head polymer OLED ink-jet-printing technology to make large-screen OLED television displays driven by an LTPS active matrix with a pixel circuit which compensates for TFT threshold-voltage variations is developed.

P‐11: An Improved Voltage Programmed Pixel Structure for Large Size and High Resolution AM‐OLED Displays

We propose an improved pixel structure for large size and high resolution AM‐OLED(Active matrix‐Organic Light Emitting Diode) displays. The proposed structure is composed of 5 TFT and 1 capacitor. It

P‐179: A Novel Pixel Structure for the Emiflective Hybrid Display System

A novel hybrid display pixel structure is proposed. This pixel structure consists of organic light‐emitting diodes (OLEDs) and reflective liquid crystal displays to form an emi‐flective display. With

49.4: Two TFT Pixel Circuit with Non‐Uniformity Suppress‐Function for Voltage Programming Active Matrix OLED Displays

We proposed the world's first two TFT pixel circuit with an inter‐pixel non‐uniformity suppress‐function for the analog voltage programming to assist in the realization of small pixel bottom emission

24.1: Invited Paper: Pursuit of Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode Displays

The promise of organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays is becoming a reality as demonstrated by the passive matrix OLED displays already in the market. The passive matrix architecture cannot



36.1: 6‐Bit Digital VGA OLED

We developed 0.7 inch VGA TFT‐OLED with a 64 gray‐scale integrated driver circuit. The TFT‐OLED has good image uniformity due to digital operation. Control in a time‐ratio was useful for achieving

A Polysilicon Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode Display with Integrated Drivers

The design of an active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) display using a polysilicon thin film transistor pixel is described. Characteristics of the OLED response in the low current

8.1: Proposed Methods for PDP Characterization by PDP Consortium in Japan

The Hi‐Vision PDP Consortium, which consisted of more than 26 PDP‐related manufacturers in Japan and NHK, successfully completed its activities in October 1999 with the publication of measurement