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LCDS

(1) (Liquid Crystal DisplayS) See LCD.

(2) (Learning Content Development System) Free software from Microsoft for developing online, interactive courseware.

(3) (Line Condition Data Stream) A Xerox printer file format (see metacode).
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Advances in liquid crystal display (LCD) technology have made it ''a real possibility'' to eliminate cathode-ray tubes (CRT) from all television sets, Sharp Corp.
Samples from the interior of the LCD (Table 1) appeared to be ionically clean.
All three products have a 4mm display, which NEC claims is the industry's thinnest in the transflective type of LCDs. Other features include the display of 65,536 colours, crosstalk-free fluid moving picture display and power consumption of 5mW - the industry's lowest level for LCDs, according to the company.
One of the most promising is the use of LEP panels as backlights for LCDs. While initial implementations of LEP backlights will probably incorporate backlight and liquid crystal display in separate modules, manufacturers could ultimately deposit the LEP panel directly on the LCD glass plate for a completely integrated unit with sizeable savings in weight and better illumination than conventional backlights.
Integrated in the unit is a Video Graphics Array (VGA) display port for attaching the LCD panel.
10.4" AG104VA-B16R-NNM-V1 High Bright TFT LCD Module with NVIS Dual Mode
While LCDs are made of liquid crystals which get illuminated by a fluorescent light, OLED is an organic material, which emits light when current is passed through it.
Specifications of the LCD in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flight Deck Display size 306.6 x 229.95 mm Display dots 1,400 x 1,050 dots LCDs (per plane) 5 displays No.
Sony said it aims to strengthen its small and midsize LCD display business by obtaining technologies and production capacity for amorphous silicon thin film transistor LCDs from Seiko Epson's LCD unit, Epson Imaging Devices Corp.
It will contribute to the development of LCD technology in China and will hasten the start-up of mass production in the new company.
James Li, chief executive officer at Syntax, said that his company will reduce the price of its LCDs roughly 10 percent across all SKUs for the holiday season.
"Often, engineers do not assess the availability and life cycle of LCDs," said Richard McKay, manager of value-added technology at Apollo Displays (Ronkonkoma, NY; www.apollodisplays.com).