Total Views : 965 , Today Views : 4
Light emitting polymers (LEPs) or polymer-based light-emitting diodes discovered by Friend et al in 1990 have been found better than other displays like liquid crystal displays (LCDs), vacuum fluorescence displays, and electroluminescence displays. Though not commercialized yet, these have proved to be a milestone in the field of Flat Panel Displays (FPDs). Research on LEP is underway in Cambridge Display Technology Ltd, CDT, and Cambridge, UK. The Cathode Ray Tube (CRT), invented by German physicist Karl Ferdinand Braun in 1897, remained the ubiquitous display in the last half of the 20th century. But the CRT’s long heritage in an environment where product life cycles are measured in months rather than years doesn’t mean that it is an ideal display solution. It is bulky, power hungry and expensive to manufacture.
Light Emitting Polymers Seminar Report
Page Length : 22
- What Is LEP?
- Chemistry Behind LEP
- Basic Structure And Working
- Types Of LEPs
- Potential Applications
Light Emitting Polymers Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 16
- TYPES OF LEPS