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Title: An addressing technique for displaying restricted patterns in rms-responding LCDs by selecting a few rows at a time
Authors: Panikumar, K.G.
Ruckmongathan, T.N.
Keywords: Passive-matrix LCDs
addressing technique
restricted pattern
multi-line addressing
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Society for Information Display
Citation: Journal of the SID, 2000, Vol. 8, p155-162.
Abstract: An addressing technique that will allow rms-responding matrix LCDs to display restricted patterns is proposed. This technique is based on the selection of a few rows at a time while scanning the display. In applications such as logic analyzers and oscilloscopes, mostly single-valued functions of time are displayed. This restriction in the image is useful in enhancing the selection ratio so that good contrast is achievable even with TN-LCDs. It is shown that a large reduction in the hardware complexity of the column drivers and the supply voltage is possible when the waveforms being displayed do not overlap each other and are equally spaced.
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