AMOLED

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AMOLED

(Active Matrix OLED) An organic LED (OLED) display technology that drives each pixel separately. The typical AMOLED pixel uses two transistors and one capacitor. Contrast with a "passive matrix OLED" (PMOLED), which drives the pixels by row and column (x-y) coordinates. Active matrix OLEDs are the same concept as active matrix LCDs (AMLCDs), and PMOLEDs are like passive matrix LCDs (PMLCDs). See OLED, LCD, active matrix and passive matrix.
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After years of perseverance, Samsung Mobile Display (SMD), incorporated by the display business of Samsung SDI and the small and medium-sized display business of Samsung Electronics, has achieved breakthrough in AM-OLED field with greatly increased shipment.
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LG, the world s second-biggest TV brand, said in a statement that it would be unveiling a 15-inch AM-OLED TV at the IFA 2009 consumer electric show in Berlin in September.
This report examines display technologies and applications of these FPD products, and provides in-depth analysis of e-paper display, AM-OLED display, touch panel display, 3D display, LCD TV display, and mobile phone display development trends observed at SID 2009.
With a combination of better features and lower cost, AM-OLED is poised for an exciting industry launch in 2007.