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Course: ECE 493, Fall 2009
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Review Final Questions (Ch. 6) Febuary 21st, 2005 ECE493 Topic 2 1) Why is active matrix better than passive matrix for large displays (&gt; ~5)? In passive matrix displays, the display is just a grid of pixels that is driven by external circuitry. Typically, a row is addressed and the pictures data for that row is placed on the column lines. Only one row at a time can be addressed. Usually the rows are...

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