A 640 × 400 pixel active-matrix LCD using a-Si TFT's

  title={A 640 \&\#215; 400 pixel active-matrix LCD using a-Si TFT's},
  author={T. Sunata and K. Miyake and M. Yasui and Y. Murakami and Y. Ugai and J. Tamamura and S. Aoki},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices},
A 9-in-diagonal active-matrix liquid-crystal display with 640 × 400 pixels addressed by a-Si thin-film transistors has been developed. The display has a high contrast ratio and wide viewing angle. The construction and performance of the panel are described in this paper. 
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