Philips hopes PolyLED
displays will eventually be easier and cheaper to produce than OLED displays.
lamps are solid-state light sources that provide the high reliability and light collimation associated with leaded discrete LEDs.
Philips has developed an ink jet printing technology for making high precision, full color polyLED
These emitters and detectors provide designers with high reliability and complement Avago's existing line of IR emitter thru-hole T1-3/4 and detector PolyLED
Philips' demonstrated ability to cost- effectively manufacture these displays at high yields makes PolyLED
an ideal solution.
As a world leader in the development of polymer light-emitting display (PolyLED
) technology, Philips' PolyLED
emissive displays offer excellent full-image quality, high brightness and contrast, and wide viewing angles on thin panels.
Under the terms of this agreement, which marks the world's first use of this technology within the avionics sector, Philips will deliver customized PolyLED
display modules for integration into cockpit instrumentation systems for both commercial and military aircraft by the end of 2005.
Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE:PHG)(AEX:PHI) today announced it will demonstrate its first 13-inch PolyLED
TV prototype based on polymer OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology at the Society for Information Display's International Symposium in Seattle, USA from May 23 to 28.
flat emissive displays are extremely attractive for next generations of telecom displays and other mobile display applications, because of their high contrast, low voltage, low power and extremely good video capabilities.
The company will also feature prototypes of next-generation technologies including PolyLED
We recognize the value of PolyLED
technology and the potential that this market holds," said Stephen Quindlen, chief operating officer of DuPont Displays, a member of the DuPont iTechnologies business unit.
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands (NYSE: PHG; AXE: PHI), today announced that its innovative PolyLED
(polymer-based organic light emitting diode) display technology made its big-screen debut in the recently released James Bond action film, "Die Another Day.