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|Title:||Binary addressing technique with duty cycle control for LCDs|
liquid crystal display (LCD)
matrix addressing and multiplexing.
|Citation:||IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 2005, Vol. 52, p345-351.|
|Abstract:||Introduction of duty cycle in the binary addressing technique is proposed to enable integration of liquid crystal display drivers with a digital system in a single chip. Ananalysis of this technique with duty-cycle control is presented. Effects of duty-cycle control on brightness uniformity of pixels in the liquid crystal display are discussed. A system on chip implementation of the technique is also demonstrated.|
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