active-matrix liquid-crystal display


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active-matrix liquid-crystal display

[¦ak·tiv ¦mā·triks ¦lik·wid ′kris·təl di‚splā]
(electricity)
A liquid-crystal display that has an active element, such as a transistor or diode, on every picture element. Abbreviated AMLCD.
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