Liquid Crystal Screen
Development of Fabrication Technology and Bringing to a Commercial Manufacturing Level of a Flat Color Display of Wide Application on Basis of a L.C. Screen with an Active Addressing Matrix.
Tech Area / Field
- INF-IMA/High-Definition Imaging and Displays/Information and Communications
3 Approved without Funding
Scientific Research Institute of Molecular Electronics and Plant "Micron", Russia, Moscow reg., Zelenograd
- St Petersburg Technological Institute, Russia, St Petersburg\nNIITM (Fine Engineering), Russia, Moscow
Project summaryProject objective:
1) development of serial manufacturing: technology of TFT matrices and light filters for a flat color LCD with the diagonal 5" and less with the use of domestic special equipment, intended for the manufacture of semiconductor LSIs. It is planned to utilize round glass plates having the form correspon-ding to that of the silicon wafers with subsequent obtaining of rectangular matrices by means of thermosplitting.;
2) the use of scientific and technical potential of military enterprises of the cities of Arzamas , Chelyabinsk , Sverdlovsk , Obninsk and others for the development and production of LCDs and video computers on their basis.
The realization of the project and the spreading of the develo-ped technology onto the enterprises of the atomic power enginee-ring and space technique will make it possible to begin the retra-ining of the personnel for the creation of serial manufacturing technology of LCDs and video computer systems for the domestic market.
The project generalizes the achievements of the Russian en-terprises in the development of LSDs and their components, such as a control TFT matrix with multiple redundancy for reducing the LCD defectively level and increasing the displays reliability, and LCD control LSIs. The project also generalizes the achievements in the development of the LCD electrooptic charachteristies control means.
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