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Micropitch connection using anisotropic conductive materials for driver IC attachment to a liquid crystal display

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4 Author(s)
H. Nishida ; IBM Japan Ltd., Display Technology, Display Business Unit, 800, Ichimiyake, Yasu-cho, Yasu-gun, Shiga-ken 520-23, Japan ; K. Sakamoto ; Hideki Ogawa ; Hiromi Ogawa

This paper reviews some of the past and current activities of the IBM Display Technology Division in the development of liquid crystal displays (LCDs), describing progress in the application of anisotropic electrically conductive film (ACF) to large LCD modules for notebook PCs, as well as the unique properties, advantages, and basic bonding mechanism of ACF. In addition, the status of the advanced chip-on-glass (COG) technique is reviewed.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 3.4 )