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TFT

(electronics)

TFT

Thin Film transistor

TFT

(Thin Film Transistor) A transistor that is deposited onto a substrate in thin layers. TFT transistors are commonly used in active matrix LCD screens, which are sometimes called "TFT screens." See LCD types and thin film.
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NEC LCD Technologies will expand sales promotion of its line-up of LCDs adopting UA-SFT technology to a variety of industries requiring higher picture quality, and will continue to develop and promote top-of-the-line TFT LCD modules that respond to the emerging needs of a variety of industrial fields.
They require vacuum-evaporation technology in the production process, which is unsuitable for the fabrication of large-sized, high-resolution displays on a large mother glass substrate, as required in the TFT production process.
Toshiba established such technology in the process of becoming the world's first manufacturer of low temperature polysilicon TFT LCDs, and has transferred it to the OLED.
Like other nVIEW products, the VIEWFRAME TFT is constructed to not only project superior image quality but also to provide the durability and reliability needed in the classroom.
The VIEWFRAME TFT and other nVIEw projection products will be on display at InfoComm, June 9-11 at the Anaheim Convention Center, and at the National Education Computing Conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, June 13-15.
Taiwanese Large Area TFT LCD Monitor Panel Shipment Volume by Size, 2Q 2006 - 2Q 2008
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