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What is OLED?
Also known as organic light emitting device, organic light emitting diode, this light-emitting device typically consists of a series of organic layers between two electrical contacts (electrodes). OLEDs can be made using small-molecular weight organic materials (SM-OLEDs) or polymer-based materials (PLEDs, LEPs).
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2005-06-13 Cadence Virtuoso NeoCircuit completes Oki IP analog designs
Cadence Design Systems Inc. and Oki Electric Co. Ltd have disclosed that Oki achieved five times faster design turn-around-time for its analog blocks than with its previous design methodology and has completed 30 reusable analog IP designs using Cadence Virtuoso NeoCircuit technology.
2013-11-28 Building better barriers through flawless moisture detection
Developed by the Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the NREL Electric Calcium Test (e-Ca) uses unique design elements to measure corrosion from water using calcium.
2008-09-15 Bright future awaits green photonics market
"Green" photonic component revenues could reach $100 billion by 20015, nearly one-third of a $345 billion base, according to the president of the Optoelectronics Industry Development Association (OIDA) at the green photonics forum.
2008-07-30 Boost converters combine switches in mini package
Linear has launched the LT3495/-1 low-noise boost converters with integrated power switches, Schottky diodes and output-disconnect circuitry. The LT3495 employs a 650mA switch, whereas the LT3495-1 has a 350mA switch.
2007-05-01 Avionics display tech breaks into TV
Expected to fight LCDs and plasma for a slice of the market, UniPixel Displays' Time Multiplexed Optical Shutter technology addresses display requirements in avionics applications, particularly heads-down cockpit deployments.
2006-03-31 AUO, Sharp expand TFT LCD licensing agreement
AU Optronics and Sharp Corp. will expand their cross-licensing agreements on patents involving TFT LCDs, following Sharp's resolution of its lawsuit with Teco Electric & Machinery Co. Ltd.
2006-01-17 AUO, Samsung sign patent cross-license agreement
AU Optronics announced that it has signed with Samsung Electronics a broad patent cross-license agreement to allow expanded access to the patent portfolios each company holds.
2006-04-06 Audio codec targets MP3, WMA players
Atmel announced the availability of the AT85C51SND3 single-chip audio codec for high-volume markets.
2005-01-03 Asia ups ante on wireless functionality
Functionality and convergence are painting Asia's wireless landscape a shade brighter this year as more consumers in the region go mobile.
2014-02-19 Apple's Flexible Displays patent reveals future bezel-free devices
Apple has filed a patent that reduces the border on the display of a device.
2016-04-25 Apple taps Samsung for next-gen iPhone displays
Samsung displays are slated to replace the LCD panels used in the current iPhones that are produced by LG Display, which had been producing almost 40 per cent of the iPhone display panels.
2008-04-22 Apple patent applications: iGlasses anyone?
Apple last week filed two patent applications that describe improvements in head-mounted displays, which typically combine one or two small display screens with magnifying lenses inside a helmet or glasses.
2010-01-19 Analysts hail Apple, Qualcomm CES winners
Analysts were left upbeat and singled out Apple and Qualcomm as two of the big winners from the CES, although they cited overcrowded markets and carrier bandwidth as two limiting factors to watch.
2016-01-13 Analysts disagree on chip forecasts in 2016
While analysts differ on their forecasts of semiconductor revenues in 2016, they agree on one critical factor: China. They say, however, that the Asian powerhouse's role remains largely unknown.
2014-01-20 Analyst: Panel shipments to hit 10M by 2018
Global unit shipments of AMOLED TV panels are expected to amount to about 50,000 this year, with the new impetus evident at CES.
2011-05-24 AGC develops 0.1-mm sheet float glass
AGC announces its development of a thin sheet glass manufactured using the float process. The glass measures 0.1mm and is made from alkali-free glass.
2005-03-08 Ace Digitech commences large-size LCD polarizing films production
Ace Digitech Ltd will be mass producing polarizing films suitable for large-size TFT-LCDs this month.
2008-12-30 A flexible future awaits displays
So what can you do with printed electronics? There are a bunch of applications waiting to be exploited, ranging from foldable, rollable, biodegradable and other types of everyday electronics wear to flexible electronic displays.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
2015-02-27 5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications.
2013-02-04 4Kx2K TV market to reach 7M in 2016
NPD DisplaySearch said that Sony, LG, Samsung and Sharp are all moving forward to launch more 4Kx2K screen sizes and to mobilise production in larger volumes.
2011-05-27 32bit MCUs offer up to 1MB Flash memory
Renesas Electronics America Inc. releases eight 32bit V850 microcontrollers in their existing V850 J Series, designed for portable applications with memory from 768KB flash/80KB RAM to 1MB flash/80KB RAM.
2009-01-22 2009: year of green FPD implementation
DisplaySearch reports that 20 percent of flat-panel display (FPD) shipments in 2008 had green features, making it the year of green FPD development, and dubs 2009 as the year of green implementation.
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