Pyramid-Shaped Pixels for Organic Light-Emitting Displays

Yang Yang and Shun-chi Chang

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) arepromising candidates for the next generation of full-color flat panel displays. The advantages of OLED-based displays include full-color emission, a low level of power consumption, low-cost fabrication, high contrast, and potentially high lateral resolution. The pyramid shape pixel (PSP), a novel pixel structure for the integration of OLEDs in full-color organic emissive displays, offers the advantages of a full-color emissive pixel comprising individual red, blue and green (R- G-B) OLEDs with high resolution.

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Pyramid-Shaped Pixels for Organic Light-Emitting Displays

Yang Yang and Shun-chi Chang

Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) arepromising candidates for the next generation of full-color flat panel displays. The advantages of OLED-based displays include full-color emission, a low level of power consumption, low-cost fabrication, high contrast, and potentially high lateral resolution. The pyramid shape pixel (PSP), a novel pixel structure for the integration of OLEDs in full-color organic emissive displays, offers the advantages of a full-color emissive pixel comprising individual red, blue and green (R- G-B) OLEDs with high resolution.

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Publish Date: 01 November 2000


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