Liquid Crystal Display Drivers: Techniques and Circuits by David J.R. CristaldiLiquid Crystal Display Drivers: Techniques and Circuits by David J.R. Cristaldi

Liquid Crystal Display Drivers: Techniques and Circuits

byDavid J.R. Cristaldi, Salvatore Pennisi, Francesco Pulvirenti

Paperback | October 19, 2010

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Liquid Crystal Display Drivers deals with Liquid Crystal Displays from the electronic engineering point of view and is the first expressively focused on their driving circuits. After introducing the physical-chemical properties of the LC substances, their evolution and application to LCDs, the book converges to the examination and in-depth explanation of those reliable techniques, architectures, and design solutions amenable to efficiently design drivers for passive-matrix and active-matrix LCDs, both for small size and large size panels. Practical approaches regularly adopted for mass production but also emerging ones are discussed. The topics treated have in many cases general validity and found application also in alternative display technologies (OLEDs, Electrophoretic Displays, etc.).
David Joseph Roger Cristaldi graduated in Electronics Engineering at the University of Catania in 2005. In his thesis, developed at STMicroelectronics, he studied low-power design methodologies for liquid crystal display drivers. In 2006 he obtained the Italian qualification for the engineer profession and in the same year he was admit...
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Title:Liquid Crystal Display Drivers: Techniques and CircuitsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:316 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:October 19, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048184827

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FOREWORD. PREFACE.1. LIQUID CRYSTALS. 1.1 Early History. 1.2 Classification. 1.3 Physical Characteristics. 1.4 Concluding Remarks. 1.5 References.2. LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYS. 2.1 Towards the First LCD. 2.2 The Twisted Nematic Mode. 2.3 New High-Performance LC Materials. 2.4 Further Developments. 2.5 Concluding Remarks. 2.6 References.3. PASSIVE LCDs AND THEIR ADDRESSING TECHNIQUES. 3.1 Seven-Segment Displays and Direct Addressing. 3.2 Addressing of Passive-Matrix LCDs. 3.3 Limitations of Passive-Matrix Addressing. 3.4 Displaying Gray Levels. 3.5 Concluding Remarks. 3.6 References.4. DRIVERS FOR PASSIVE-MATRIX LCDs. 4.1 Driver Architecture. 4.2 Host Interface. 4.3 Power Manager. 4.4 Driver Manager. 4.5 Image Processing. 4.6 Output Driver. 4.7 Silicon Processes for Display Drivers. 4.8 Packaging and Assembling Techniques. 4.9 Concluding Remarks. 4.10 References.5. ACTIVE MATRIX LCDs AND THEIR ADDRESSING TECHNIQUES. 5.1 Thin Film Transistors. 5.2 Structure of an AMLCD Panel. 5.3 General Considerations. 5.4 Crosstalk Reduction and Polarity Inversion Techniques. 5.5 Kickback Compensation Methods. 5.6 Concluding Remarks. 5.7 References.6. DRIVERS FOR ACTIVE-MATRIX LCDs. 6.1 AMLCD Driver Architectures. 6.2 Video Interfaces. 6.3 Source Drivers. 6.4 Gate Drivers. 6.5 References.7. CHARGE PUMPS FOR LCD DRIVERS. 7.1 Analysis of the Charge Pump with a Pure Capacitive Load. 7.2 Optimized Design of the Charge Pump with a Pure Capacitive Load. 7.3 Analysis of the Charge Pump with a Current Load. 7.4 Optimized Design of the Charge Pump with a Current Load. 7.5 Voltages in a CP with a Current Load. 7.6 Charge Pump Topologies. 7.7 Concluding Remarks. 7.8 References.Appendix A - FLAT PANEL DISPLAYS.Appendix B - DISPLAY SPECIFICATIONS.Appendix C - MATRICES FOR MLA.Appendix D - COLOR PERCEPTION AND DESCRIPTION.ABOUT THE AUTHORS. INDEX.