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|New addressing techniques for multiplexed liquid crystal displays
|Society for Information Display
|Proceedings of the SID, 1983, Vol.24, p259-262
|A binary addressing technique (BAT) for multiplexing liquid crystal displays (LCDs) is described. It requires addressing waveforms with only two voltage levels, and leads to a naturally dc-free operation. The method is suitable only for small matrices (N<9). We propose a hybrid addressing technique (HAT) which combines the features of both BAT and the familiar Alt and Pleshko technique (APT). It is shown that HAT can be used for large matrices. The three techniques are compared.
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