CSTN


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CSTN

(Color STN) A color passive matrix screen technology developed by Sharp Electronics. CSTN displays have improved dramatically over the years and cost more than half that of an active matrix (TFT) display. See passive matrix.
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The full TFS display product line includes TFT, CSTN, FSTN, and OLED technologies, and products are available ranging in size from small to medium display modules (1.
8" 262K color TFT (128 x 160) main display screen and a 65K color CSTN sub-display screen.
With the advance of 3C convergence and growing popularity of smart phones, new products now require higher color parameters and resolution of which CSTN cannot support due to its poor technique, hence its position in market is now threatened by the new introduction of TFT and OLED screens.
The third and fourth in a family of color STN LCD drivers built on advanced CSTN process technology, both devices implement a mixed PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)/FRC (Frame Rate Control) architecture to facilitate high quality video rendering and Multiple Line Addressing to enable fast screen response times for additional visual augmentation while simultaneously reducing power consumption.
8" 65K color main display screen with the CDM7026 equipped with a CSTN screen while the CDM7076 utilizes a TFT screen.
2" 176 x 220 65K TFT color main display, a 96x64 4K CSTN external display, VGA camera with video capture and playback and an internal antenna.
The mobile phone display screen technology started to update in 2002, TFT, and CSTN started to replace STN, the image performance of the mobile phone was improved as well, then the mobile phone sales climax came.
Certain statements in this press release including, but not limited to, statements as to the anticipated features, capabilities, benefits, potential market size, intended uses and performance of Leadis' new CSTN Driver IC, are forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause results to be materially different than expectations.
Built on an advanced CSTN process technology, the LDS192 utilizes mixed FRC (Frame Rate Control)/PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) control to optimize video display performance.
The second in a family of color STN LCD drivers built on advanced CSTN process technology, the LDS192 incorporates the same enhanced video display and reduced external component optimizations incorporated on the previously announced LDS191.
With availability of the LDS331, Leadis now offers display drivers spanning all mainstream LCD technologies that compete at the QQVGA resolution, including CSTN, amorphous silicon, and LTPS technologies.
The first in a family of upcoming color STN LCD drivers built on advanced CSTN process technology, the LDS191 utilizes mixed FRC (Frame Rate Control)/PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) control to optimize video display quality and Multiple Line Addressing to enhance visual performance while simultaneously reducing power consumption.