P‐40: A New Intra‐Panel Interface for Large Size/ High Resolution TFT‐LCD Applications

@article{Zajac2004P40AN,
  title={P‐40: A New Intra‐Panel Interface for Large Size/ High Resolution TFT‐LCD Applications},
  author={Craig Zajac and S. Poniatowski},
  journal={SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers},
  year={2004},
  volume={35}
}
In this paper, we describe a new intra‐panel interface designed specifically to meet the needs of the LCD TV market and similar large size/ high resolution TFT‐LCDs. We investigate the technical challenges and feature requirements of today's panels that prompted a new look at the panel interface. 

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