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|Line-by-line addressing of RMS responding matrix displays with wavelets
Kumar, Babu Hemanth
liquid crystal displays (LCDs)
|Journal of Display technology, 2007, Vol.3, p413
|A line-by-line addressing technique that is based on wavelets is proposed to obtain gray shades in root-mean-square responding matrix displays. A large number of gray shades can be displayed with a smaller number of voltages (simple drivers) as compared with amplitude modulation and a smaller number of time intervals as compared with the frame modulation. The technique is demonstrated by displaying 128 gray shades in a liquid crystal display.
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