Backlighting


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Backlighting

Lighting of an object from the rear, used to provide drama and emphasis.

backlighting

The illumination of an object from the rear.
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AUO) of Taiwan placed most of its backlighting orders for the iPad mini to Coretronic, with some going to LG Display of Korea, with Coretronic shipping more than three million backlight modules to iPad mini panel suppliers per month.
In addition, there is an increasing need for use as backlighting of LCD TV screens with high levels of color reproduction.
The matte side is said to diffuse the backlighting to reduce glare.
In 2008, the market penetration of LED-based backlighting in LCD TVs stood at less than one percent.
Wu admitted that he was pushed very hard recently by backlighting customers, who often ask for low prices.
As OLED features advantages such as self-lighting, with no need for backlighting, high contrast, thinness, wide angels, fast reaction speeds, a wider temperature scope, simple structures and efficient procedures, it is considered the most promising monitor following the LCD.
In addition, new features like "reverse PWM" create entirely new possibilities to control different LED segments of the backlighting unit.
Our collaboration with Samsung on LED backlighting - clearly a disruptive technology - will help spur further innovation and growth in the LCD market.
Brightest Color LED in Its Class for Direct Display Backlighting
They are ideally suited to fit the latest trend in LCD backlighting which is to synchronize the LCD backlight with the TV picture.
In tune with its Livin' Bright theme at SID 2007, OSRAM Opto Semiconductors will be presenting a host of new illumination solutions utilizing the company's advanced LED technologies for backlighting LCDs in applications ranging from HDTVs to automotive interiors to computer monitors.