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The electrical performance of a complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu thin film transistor technology for flat panel displays

(1990) SOLID-STATE ELECTRONICS. 34(2). p.143-147
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A new photolithographic complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu thin film transistor technology, applicable for the integration of driver circuits on the substrate of flat panel displays, will be presented. The static as well as the dynamic aspects of the electrical behaviour of the components are discussed. Evidence was found that these devices exhibit all the advantages, typical for a CMOS-technology: increased speed compared to n-type logic, high noise immunity and low power consumption. Consequently, this technology will enable us to construct very reliable driver circuits for large area flat panel displays.

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Doutreloigne, Jan, Johan De Baets, Igor De Rycke, Herbert De Smet, André Van Calster, and Jan Vanfleteren. 1990. “The Electrical Performance of a Complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu Thin Film Transistor Technology for Flat Panel Displays.” Solid-state Electronics 34 (2): 143–147.
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Doutreloigne, J., De Baets, J., De Rycke, I., De Smet, H., Van Calster, A., & Vanfleteren, J. (1990). The electrical performance of a complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu thin film transistor technology for flat panel displays. SOLID-STATE ELECTRONICS, 34(2), 143–147.
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Doutreloigne J, De Baets J, De Rycke I, De Smet H, Van Calster A, Vanfleteren J. The electrical performance of a complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu thin film transistor technology for flat panel displays. SOLID-STATE ELECTRONICS. 1990;34(2):143–7.
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Doutreloigne, Jan, Johan De Baets, Igor De Rycke, et al. “The Electrical Performance of a Complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu Thin Film Transistor Technology for Flat Panel Displays.” SOLID-STATE ELECTRONICS 34.2 (1990): 143–147. Print.
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  journal      = {SOLID-STATE ELECTRONICS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {143--147},
  title        = {The electrical performance of a complementary CdSe:In/Ge:Cu thin film transistor technology for flat panel displays},
  volume       = {34},
  year         = {1990},
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