Oxide TFTs


HKC: Lacks Seriousness About OLEDs

by Omid Rahmat

The South Koreans have so much invested in OLED market dominance that the levels of paranoia will either enrich them or kill them from stress related illnesses.

Tags:eLEAP| HKC| JDI| OLED| Oxide TFTs

Links Week Starting 31st October 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the first part of this week. For the next couple of weeks, we …

Tags:Aviation| Corning| Desktop Monitors| Distributors| Events| Financial Data| Flight Information (FIDs)| Game Playing| LED| Mergers & Acquisitions| OLED Materials| OLED TVs| Oxide TFTs| Patents| Philips| Pricing| R&D (Research & Development)| Small Pixel Pitch LED SPP| sony| TADF| TVs (TV Sets)| UK (United Kingdom)

New ITZO Material has Higher Mobility

by Bob Raikes

What They Say A group of researchers from the Hokkaido University in Japan has developed a new material it is calling ‘ITZO’ for its constituent elements indium, tin, zinc and oxygen) promises to be …

Tags:Oxide TFTs| R&D (Research & Development)

Amorphyx Defines New Approach to LTPO Low Refresh Rate for Apple iPhone

by Ian Hendy

With the launch of the new line of Apple 14 phones, the pressure is again on supply of the LTPO based displays for the Pro and Pro Max, referred to as Pro Motion displays. …

Tags:IGZO| LG Displays (LGD)| LTPO TFT| LTPS TFT| Oxide TFTs| Samsung Display| TFT| Variable Frame Rate (VRR)

SEL Develops 5,291ppi Micro OLED Display Integrating Si CMOS and OSFET

by Bob Raikes

What They Say OLEDNet.com published an article highlighting that Japan’s Semiconductor Energy Laboratory (SEL) has developed a 5,291 ppi microOLED that it discussed at the recent IMID event. The development is intended to solve …

Tags:IMID| Microdisplays| OLEDs| Oxide TFTs

Could High Performance Oxide Become the #2 FPD Backplane in Five Years?

by Ian Hendy

The oxide semiconductor has always to my mind been the interesting middle ground in the display industry. But to date, it has been mastered by relatively few players Sharp and LGD come to mind) …

Tags:Backplanes| Large LCD Supply| LTPS TFT| Oxide TFTs| QD OLEDs| Small Medium Panel Supply

CSOT place orders for equipment to use in LCD production

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The Elec reports that CSOT has placed orders for equipment to allow the manufacture of Oxide TFT LCDs at its forthcoming T9 G8.6 (2250 x 2600mm) fab in Guangzhou. They will …

Tags:China| CSOT| Large LCD Supply| Oxide TFTs

New Approaches to High Mobility IGZO (> 70 cm²/Vs) Using Spatial ALD

by Ian Hendy

In my earlier article about six months ago, I summarised the six main categories of technical driver of higher performance IGZO and the rationales for higher performing (oxide) semiconductor materials in displays. Higher performance …

Tags:Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD)| Oxide TFTs| Production Equipment| Production Technology| TFT| Vapour Deposition

You’re Going to Hear About Smartkem Again

by Bob Raikes

I mentioned Smartkem in my comments last week about the SID Exhibition, but Beverley Brown, Chief Scientist at the firm, spoke at the DSCC/SID Business Conference in the Start-up session, and I spent some …

Tags:Electron Mobility & Transport| LTPS TFT| MicroLED| MiniLED| OLEDs| Organic TFTs| Oxide TFTs

Corning Releases New Display Glass “ASTRA”

by Norbert Hildebrand

It has been a few years since Corning announced a new glass type for the display industry, This is changing this year with the announcement of Astra, a new glass type for the LCD …

Tags:Backplanes| Corning| Glass| Materials| Oxide TFTs

Apple May Introduce LTPO TFT Backplanes to Prolong Battery Life

by Andrew Fenn

LTPO, or low-temperature polycrystalline oxide, is a new kind of TFT backplane that Apple may adopt in the iPhone and Apple Watch, according to IHS Markit’s David Hsieh. The company has applied for three …

Tags:Apple| Backplanes| IHS Markit| Mobile Display Monitor| Oxide TFTs| Vol 25 - Issue 33