The impact of the transient response of organic light emitting diodes on the design of active matrix OLED displays

@article{Dawson1998TheIO,
  title={The impact of the transient response of organic light emitting diodes on the design of active matrix OLED displays},
  author={R. Dawson and Z. Shen and D Furst and S. Connor and J. Hsu and M. Kane and R. E. Stewart and A. C. Ipri and C R King and P Green and R. T. Flegal and S. Pearson and W. A. Barrow and E K Dickey and Kuang Ping and S. P. Robinson and C. W. Tang and S. Van Slyke and Fei Chen and J. Shi and M. Lu and J B Sturm},
  journal={International Electron Devices Meeting 1998. Technical Digest (Cat. No.98CH36217)},
  year={1998},
  pages={875-878}
}
Much of the organic light emitting diode (OLED) characterization published to date addresses the high current regime encountered in the operation of passively addressed displays. Higher efficiency and brightness can be obtained by driving with an active matrix, but the lower instantaneous pixel currents place the OLEDs in a completely different operating mode. Results at these low current levels are presented and their impact on active matrix display design is discussed. 
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