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James C Dunphy, William Cummings, Christopher J Spindt, Ronald L Hansen, Jun, Lee Cressi, Colin Stanners: Methods and systems for compensating row-to-row brightness variations of a field emission display. Candescent Intellectual Property Services, Candescent Technologies Corporation, Wagner Murabito & Hao, November 23, 2004: US06822628 (202 worldwide citation)

Methods for compensating for brightness variations in a field emission device. In one embodiment, a method and system are described for measuring the relative brightness of rows of a field emission display (FED) device, storing information representing the measured brightness into a correction table ...


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William J Cummings, Kris E Sahlstrom, Shiyou Pei, Bob L Mackey, Arthur J Learn, John D Porter, Theodore S Fahlen: Protected substrate structure for a field emission display device. Candescent Technologies Corporation, Candescent Intellectual Property Services, Ladas & Parry, February 8, 2005: US06853129 (197 worldwide citation)

A protected faceplate structure of a field emission display device is disclosed in one embodiment. Specifically, in one embodiment, the present invention recites a faceplate of a field emission display device wherein the faceplate of the field emission display device is adapted to have phosphor cont ...


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Robert M Duboc Jr, Christopher J Curtin, William A Crossland, Anthony B Davey, Theodore S Fahlen: Display with active contrast enhancement. Candescent Technologies Corporation, Candescent Intellectual Property Services, Ronald J Meetin, July 4, 2006: US07071907 (35 worldwide citation)

A display (50) with enhanced image contrast contains an image-producing component (60) and a set of shutter strips (80). The image-producing component, typically a flat-panel device, has multiple imaging lines that provide light to produce an image. Each shutter strip is situated in front of one or ...


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Jay Friedman: Display column driver with chip-to-chip settling time matching means. Candescent Intellectual Property Services, Wagner Murabito & Hao, September 10, 2002: US06448948 (15 worldwide citation)

A device for and method of eliminating undesirable vertical segments of uneven brightness in flat panel field emission display (FED) screens. Within the FED screen, a matrix of rows and columns is provided and emitters are situated within each row-column intersection. Amplitude modulated signals are ...


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Ronald L Hansen: Circuit and method for display of interlaced and non-interlaced video information on a flat panel display apparatus. Candescent Intellectual Property Services, Wagner Murabito & Hao, August 6, 2002: US06429836 (12 worldwide citation)

A circuit and method for displaying both interlaced and non-interlaced video information on a flat panel display. The flat panel display is a field emission display (FED) screen. Within the FED screen, a matrix of rows and columns is provided and emitters are situated within each row-column intersec ...


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