A 14-in.-diagonal full-color a-Si TFT LCD

  title={A 14-in.-diagonal full-color a-Si TFT LCD},
  author={Takayoshi Nagayasu and Taimi Oketani and Toshihiko Hirobe and Hiroshi Kato and Sigeaki Mizushima and Hiroshi Take and K. Yano and Masaya Hijikigawa and Isamu Washizuka},
  journal={Conference Record of the 1988 International Display Research Conference},
A 14-in.-diagonal full-color a-Si thin-film-transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) has been developed using a novel TFT arrangement and optimizing the factors that dominate off-state characteristics. The display has 308, 160 (642 H*480 V) pixels (1,232,640 subpixels) and a high contrast ratio (more than 100:1 at the optimum viewing angle). The TFT arrangement realizes high display quality and leads to high production yield at the same time, due to a triangular pixel arrangement with… 
Thin film transistors for addressing LC-flat panel displays
  • T. Kallfass
  • Materials Science
    Proceedings. VLSI and Computer Peripherals. COMPEURO 89
  • 1989
Thin-film transistors (TFTs) are exceptionally qualified for addressing large-area liquid-crystal displays. The TFT circuits and the requirements for operating the picture elements in the displays
The history of liquid-crystal display and its industry
  • H. Kawamoto
  • Engineering
    2012 Third IEEE HISTory of ELectro-technology CONference (HISTELCON)
  • 2012
Liquid-crystal display (LCD) was invented in 1964 at RCA Laboratories in Princeton, NJ. In 1970, twisted-nematic (TN) mode of operation was discovered, which gave LCD the first commercial success.
Characteristics of SiNx Diode LCD
Characteristics of an active-matrix LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) module utilizing two-terminal nonlinear element have been analyzed. The two-terminal nonlinear element, consisting of Metal/SiNxATO
The World of Liquid-Crystal Display TVs—Past, Present, and Future
  • Y. Ishii
  • Computer Science
    Journal of Display Technology
  • 2007
This paper will focus on the LCD-TVs, and describe their history, the state-of-the-art of the technologies, as well as the prospect of their potential in the future.
The history of liquid-crystal displays
  • H. Kawamoto
  • Computer Science, Engineering
    Proc. IEEE
  • 2002
The modem history of liquid crystals has been dominated by the development of electronic displays. These developments began in 1964, when Heilmeier of RCA Laboratories discovered the guest-host mode
Optimum design of color pixel arrangement for 5-in diagonal TFT-LCD suitable for character and TV images
A new GRGB arrangement used for a 5-in TFT-LCD enables the total number of pixels to be decreased to 2/3 of the conventional RGB stripe arrangement. Adopting a signal compensation technique, 15*20
T. Harajiri T. Yamazald M. Suzuki S. Motte M. Toyama Y. Tsunoda
Characteristics of an active -matrix LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) module utilizing two- terminal nonlinear element have been analyzed. The two -terminal nonlinear element, consisting of
Consideration of feed-through voltage in amorphous-Si TFT's
Feedthrough voltage is an important factor in designing integrated data drive circuits and display area in thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal displays (TFT LCDs). With respect to feedthrough
Self-aligned bottom-gate submicrometer-channel-length a-Si-:H thin-film transistors
Fully self-aligned bottom-gate thin-film transistors (TFTs) fabricated by using a back substrate exposure technique combined with a metal lift-off process are discussed. Ohmic contact to the sources
A new patterning process concept for large-area transistor circuit fabrication without using an optical mask aligner
A new concept to produce large thin film transistor liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCD's) without using an optical mask aligner is proposed which emphasizes patterning technology. Some experimental