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Alan G Knapp, Neil C Bird: Active matrix electroluminescent display devices. U S Philips Corporation, Aaron Waxler, April 16, 2002: US06373454 (330 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has an array of current-driven electroluminescent display elements (


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John M Shannon, Alan G Knapp: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, April 1, 2003: US06542138 (222 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device in which the drive current through an electroluminescent display element (


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Iain M Hunter: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. U S Philips Corporation, March 12, 2002: US06356029 (158 worldwide citation)

In an active matrix electroluminescent display device the drive current through an EL display element (


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John M Shannon, Alan G Knapp: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, February 17, 2004: US06693610 (158 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device in which the drive current through an electroluminescent display element (


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William A Steer: Electroluminescent display devices. TPO Displays, Raymond J Ho, Morris Manning & Martin, June 30, 2009: US07554512 (147 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has a current sampling resistor within each pixel in series with the display element. A feedback signal represents the voltage drop across the current sampling resistor and the pixel drive signals are modified in dependence on the feedback signal to ...


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Alan G Knapp, Iain M Hunter: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, October 31, 2006: US07129914 (147 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has an array of pixels (10), each pixel having a plurality of current-driven display elements (11a–d), for example comprising organic electroluminescent material, connected in a series arrangement with one another and with drive means (12) operable ...


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Steer Wiliam A: Electroluminescent display devices. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Steer Wiliam A, TURNER Richard C, April 22, 2004: WO/2004/034364 (144 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has a current sampling resistor within each pixel in series with the display element. A feedback signal represents the voltage drop across the current sampling resistor and the pixel drive signals are modified in dependence on the feedback signal to ...


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Yamada Hiroyasu, Shioya Masaharu: Dispositif daffichage electroluminescent a matrice active et procede dattaque correspondant, Active matrix electroluminescent display device and a driving method thereof. Casio Computer, Casio Computer, RIDOUT & MAYBEE, July 30, 1998: CA2249592 (134 worldwide citation)

A controller stores image signals Sp represented as binary values for every unit of frame. The controller divides one frame into a plurality of sub-frames representing an image by image data of two gradation levels, in accordance with respective figures of the stored image signals Sp for one frame. ...


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Alan G Knapp, Neil C Bird: Active matrix electroluminescent display devices. U S Philips Corporation, Aaron Waxler, March 19, 2002: US06359605 (99 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has an array of current—driven electroluminescent display elements (


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Komiya Naoaki: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Sanyo Electric Co, October 4, 2001: EP1139326-A2 (40 worldwide citation)

In a display device including, for each pixel, an organic EL element (60) and TFTs (30, 40) for controlling the element, a sequential circuit (350) is provided for stopping supply of power source voltages Vvdd and Hvdd to drivers (80, 90) for driving the TFTs (30, 40) which control each organic EL e ...