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O L E D Organic Light Emitting Diode Vadim Sagalchik Brian Selman Adil Lakhani Bill Gambardella
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Overview History Overview of How it Works Circuit Diagram and Manufacturing Consumer Applications Recap and Conclusion
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Video Inputs RCA Component HDMI Coaxial Digital Analog
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Signal Conversion Digital to Analog (vice versa) Logic Gates Handled by Circuits and then sent in common instructions to display
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Video Engine Advanced Color Management (ACM) Deinterlacing Film Mode Detection Technology / Bad Edit Detection TrueLife Enhancement Motion Adaptive Noise Reduction Cross Color Suppression Aspect Ratio Conversion
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Polarity 101 Like charges repel Opposite Charges Attract
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CRT Cathode Ray Tube The First Modern TV Technology Uses an Electron Beam to “paint” image on a phosphor coated screen Pros: Response Time, Colors Cons: Size, Power Usage, Burn-In
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Electron Beam Gun Beams of electrons are fired at the screen in RGB color A steering with coil is used to change the direction of the electrons Steering Coil
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Projection Big Screen Display Technology Projects a Video Image onto a mirror which then magnifies it to be put on a screen Pros: Cheap, Large Screen Cons: Brightness, Response Time, Clarity, Size
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LCD Started in Computer Monitors Independent pixels change their orientation based on having an electric current Amount of voltage applied varies brightness Pros: Power Usage, Thin, Clarity Cons: Response Time
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Plasma An electrode stimulates phosphor gas in an
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course ECE 317 taught by Professor Peck,t during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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