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5" & 10" diagonal color AM-LCDs addressed by a-Si TFTs using precisely controlled fabrication processes

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7 Author(s)
Matsumoto, T. ; Mitsubishi Electr. Corp., Hyogo, Japan ; Hayama, M. ; Nakagawa, N. ; Sakamoto, H.
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High yield and precisely controlled fabrication processes for large-size and high-resolution active-matrix liquid-crystal displays (AM-LCDs) have been established. By using these processes, the authors have developed two kinds of advanced AM-LCDs addressed by a-Si thin-film transistors: a high-resolution 5-in full-color AM LCD (240(V)*320*2(H) pixels) fabricated with an optimized color pixel arrangement; and a large-area, high-resolution 10-in. color Am-LCD (450(V)*640*3(H) pixels). These devices can replace the 5-in. conventional CRT TVs and 12-in. CRT display monitors currently used. These AM LCDs will also allow such applications as hand-held and laptop personal computers in the near future.<>

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Display Research Conference, 1988., Conference Record of the 1988 International

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4-6 Oct. 1988

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