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Crosstalk and Image Uniformity in Passive Matrix Polymer LED Displays
Synthetic Metals
  • David Braun, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
  • J. Rowe, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
  • G. Yu, UNIXY Corporation, Santa Barbara, CA
Publication Date
6-1-1999
Abstract

Passive matrix displays based on polymer and organic light-emitting diodes suffer from crosstalk, when the emission of light from one pixel depends on the operation of another pixel. We use circuit simulation in order to explain the causes of crosstalk and to quantify the consequences. This work analyzes how crosstalk arises from electrode resistance, pixel leakage current, and the location of faulty pixels. All factors influence both image uniformity and the power consumption of the display.

Citation Information
David Braun, J. Rowe and G. Yu. "Crosstalk and Image Uniformity in Passive Matrix Polymer LED Displays" Synthetic Metals Vol. 102 Iss. 1-3 (1999) p. 920 - 921
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dbraun/9/