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Technology and circuit aspects of reflective PNLC microdisplays

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A technology which is suited for the fabrication of microdisplays for low-end data terminals is described, featuring an ASIC approach for the CMOS part, a versatile 40 MHz analog scanner circuit, a new low cost back-end processing and a simple reflective PNLC cell technology
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CMOS active matrix, analog scanner circuit, ASIC approach, low-end data terminals, fabrication technology, reflective PNLC microdisplays, mixed analogue-digital integrated circuits, liquid crystal displays, light reflection, integrated circuit technology, CMOS integrated circuits, driver circuits, 40 MHz, AMLCD, polymer network liquid crystal, low cost back-end processing

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Van Den Steen, Jean, Nadine Carchon, Geert Van Doorselaer, Christof De Backere, Johan De Baets, Herbert De Smet, Joeri De Vos, et al. 1997. “Technology and Circuit Aspects of Reflective PNLC Microdisplays.” In Conference Record of the International Display Research Conference, ed. J Morreale, 195–198. Santa Ana, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Van Den Steen, J., Carchon, N., Van Doorselaer, G., De Backere, C., De Baets, J., De Smet, H., De Vos, J., et al. (1997). Technology and circuit aspects of reflective PNLC microdisplays. In J. Morreale (Ed.), CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE (pp. 195–198). Presented at the 17th International Display Research Conference (IDRC 1997), Santa Ana, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID).
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Van Den Steen J, Carchon N, Van Doorselaer G, De Backere C, De Baets J, De Smet H, et al. Technology and circuit aspects of reflective PNLC microdisplays. In: Morreale J, editor. CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE. Santa Ana, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID); 1997. p. 195–8.
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Van Den Steen, Jean, Nadine Carchon, Geert Van Doorselaer, et al. “Technology and Circuit Aspects of Reflective PNLC Microdisplays.” Conference Record of the International Display Research Conference. Ed. J Morreale. Santa Ana, CA, USA: Society for Information Display (SID), 1997. 195–198. Print.
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  abstract     = {A technology which is suited for the fabrication of microdisplays for low-end data terminals is described, featuring an ASIC approach for the CMOS part, a versatile 40 MHz analog scanner circuit, a new low cost back-end processing and a simple reflective PNLC cell technology},
  author       = {Van Den Steen, Jean and Carchon, Nadine and Van Doorselaer, Geert and De Backere, Christof and De Baets, Johan and De Smet, Herbert and De Vos, Joeri and Lernout, Jo and Vanfleteren, Jan and Van Calster, Andr{\'e} and Fujisawa, T and Aizawa, M},
  booktitle    = {CONFERENCE RECORD OF THE INTERNATIONAL DISPLAY RESEARCH CONFERENCE},
  editor       = {Morreale, J},
  issn         = {1083-1312},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Toronto, ON, Canada},
  pages        = {195--198},
  publisher    = {Society for Information Display (SID)},
  title        = {Technology and circuit aspects of reflective PNLC microdisplays},
  year         = {1997},
}