panel display

panel display

[′pan·əl di‚splā]
(electronics)
An electronic display in which a large orthogonal array of display devices, such as electroluminescent devices or light-emitting diodes, form a flat screen. Also known as flat-panel display.
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ADT has developed an 8.5-inch colour solid state flat panel display and is to acquire a flat panel display manufacturing facility in Toronto.
As previously announced, AKT will now focus on chemical vapor deposition systems for the flat panel display market, discontinuing sales of two other types of (PVD and Etch) systems.
The group has been focusing on its flat panel display operations, mainly TFT LCDs including low-temperature poly-silicon TFT LCDs.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-13 April 2000-Kodak, SANYO and ULVAC team up to drive OLED flat panel display technology (C)1994-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
With Innolux as the surviving company in the merger, the new entity, named Chi Mei-Innolux Optoelectronics, will surpass AU Optronics to become the world's third largest FPD (flat panel display) maker.
The Cheetah family supports panel display resolutions ranging from VGA (640 x 480) to XGA (1024 x 768), provides SureSync automatic mode detection for all incoming video resolutions and screen refresh rates, and generates 16.7 million equivalent colors for TFT panels and 262,000 colors for STN panels.
From such organic polymer electronics, Garnier envisions "pocket-sized |smart' cards with plastic logic circuits." He also sees "car and airplane windshields that can display information," as well as "a large flat panel display, like a television, that you could roll up."
Taipei, March 31, 2011 (CENS) -- AU Optronics, Taiwan's leading flat panel display (FPD) supplier, has become a major supplier to Apple, after receiving, for the first time, huge amount of orders for panel displays for iPad2.
This Short-Form Guide presents a thorough overview of our line of flat panel display systems.
(Nasdaq: MANC), and the largest wholesale distributor of plasma display monitors in the United States, has debuted its 18" LCD Flat Panel Display, the Electrograph DTS18.
And in contrast to many other flat panel technologies the iFire flat panel display does not involve vacuum, gases or liquids making it more robust than other similar devices.
"Several years ago companies sold laptops with flat panel monitors that were monochrome and had low viewing angles," says Chandra Shekar Reddy, president and CEO of Sage Inc., a Santa Clara, California-based company that develops several technologies used in flat panel displays. "Today, for the same price, you can get a much better flat panel display.