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GE Develops PFS for Better Red Emmision in White Light LEDs

GE Develops PFS for Better Red Emmision in White Light LEDs

Flat Panel Display – With quantum dots, the color coordinates of displays with a blue backlight can be very efficiently controlled and wider color gamuts are easily achievable.  Some will quote cost and material (use of Cd in some versions) issues to downplay the potential of quantum dots in flat

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InofComm 2014 – SiliconCore Shows Stunning LED Wall

Public/Commercial Displays - For many years the trend among LED wall manufacturers was about a finer and finer pixel pitch.  While this is still going on, the jump to finer pixel pitches is slowing down somewhat.  While we heard that one manufacturer was showing a 1mm prototype outside of the exhibition, the smallest pixel pitch on […]

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My InfoComm 2014 Impressions

Display Industry – Here we are.  InfoComm 2014 is basically over and all the polished product presentations are being broken down and shipped back to the office.  The main event for the Pro AV industry is closing their doors on Friday and the excitement of the last three days gives way to ‘business as usual’ […]

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Plessey Launches dotLED Products for the Wearables Market

Display Components – Plessey announced the launch of its smallest packaged MaGIC™ LED (Manufactured on GaN-on-Si I/C) aimed at the surging wearable electronics market. The PLW138003 is a white LED in a 1005 SMT package designed specifically for the demand for ever smaller LED components producing highly collimated light. Plessey’s dotLEDs weighing 0.2 milligrams and […]

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International Team Works on Thinnest LEDs

Emerging Technology – University of Washington (UW) (Seattle, WA) scientists, working with colleagues from around the world, have built the thinnest-known LED that can be used as a light source in electronics. The LED is based on two-dimensional, flexible semiconductors, making it possible to stack or use in much smaller

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Oji Shows Announces New Production Method for Patterned Sapphire Substrates

Emerging Technology - Oji Holdings Corporation is a Japanese based company focused on the wood, pulp and paper markets.  One of their companies is also involved in material development it seems.  At “LED Next Stage 2014′ conference Oji showed a new patterned sapphire substrate (PSS) based on a nano-particle coating

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Samsung Introduces New LEDs at MWC

Display Components – At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) recently in Barcelona, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Seoul, Korea) introduced several new LEDs specifically targeting the mobile device market. Samsung’s new LEDs for mobile devices include two reflector-integrated flash LED packages ─ the 3432 1.8t (FH341A) and 3432 1.4t (FH341B), plus

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1700 Lumen LED Projector! – Osram introduces Enhanced OSTAR LEDs

Display Components – On December 17th Osram Opto Semiconductors (Regensburg, Germany and Sunnyvale, CA) announced new OSTAR LEDs targeted at micro projectors.  These LEDs, designated LE X P1W and  P2W, are said to enable mobile projectors with outputs of up to 1700 lumens.  The green LEDs are enabled by This

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Sharp White Light LED Boosts Color Gamut While Maintaining Brightness

Display Component – Japan’s Nikkei publication is reporting today that a new Sharp white light LED backlight unit (BLU) created from red and green phosphors and a blue LED has the promise of boosting CIE color 25% to reach up to 90% of the NTSC color gamut with virtually no

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Soraa Expands its LED Manufacturing Operations In U.S.

Supply Chain - Soraa, the world leader in the development of gallium nitride on gallium nitride (GaN on GaN™) LED technology, announced that it will open a new semiconductor fabrication plant in Buffalo, New York. In partnership with the State of New York, the company will construct a new state-of-the-art GaN on GaN™ LED fabrication facility […]

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