LED TV TECHNOLOGY PDF

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Introduction. The LED has become a pivotal illumination technology with a wide variety of applications. Since their initial invention, LEDs have been used in. display technology, the onset of mini-LED and micro-LED has been such as smart watches, mobile phones, TVs, laptops, augmented reality. The criteria presented in this paper cover the most important TV technologies currently .eu/LexUriServ/ritipulmama.cf?uri=OJ:LEN: PDF . called LED TVs use LED instead of CCFL or HCFL for backlighting purposes.


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The electrodes on the two plates are at right angles to each other. A voltage applied between the two electrodes one on each plate causes a small segment of gas at the two electrodes to glow.

The glow of gas segments is maintained by a lower voltage that is continuously applied to all electrodes.

In the s, plasma displays have been discontinued by numerous manufacturers. Electroluminescent panels[ edit ] In an electroluminescent display ELD , the image is created by applying electrical signals to the plates which makes the phosphor glow.

How Does an LED TV Work?

Organic light-emitting diode[ edit ] An OLED organic light-emitting diode is a light-emitting diode LED in which the emissive electroluminescent layer is a film of organic compound which emits light in response to an electric current.

This layer of organic semiconductor is situated between two electrodes; typically, at least one of these electrodes is transparent. OLEDs are used to create digital displays in devices such as television screens, computer monitors, portable systems such as mobile phones, handheld game consoles and PDAs. A major area of research is the development of white OLED devices for use in solid-state lighting applications. Other television set manufacturers such as Sony have used the same technology to enhance the backlighting of LCD Television already in OLED can't do a full screen with as much brightness.

Full-screen brightness isn't very important in the real world however, so this category is a relatively hollow victory for LCD. OLED wins here because of its ability to turn off individual pixels completely.

It can produce truly perfect black.

The better LCDs have local dimming, where parts of the screen can dim independently of others. This isn't quite as good as per-pixel control because the black areas still aren't absolutely black, but it's better than nothing.

The best LCDs have full-array local dimming, which provides even finer control over the contrast of what's onscreen -- but even they can suffer from "blooming," where a bright area spoils the black of an adjacent dark area.

Contrast ratio is the difference between the brightest and the darkest a TV can be.

OLED is the winner here because it can get extremely bright, plus it can produce absolute black with no blooming. It has the best contrast ratio of any modern display. Think richer, deeper and more vibrant colors. The smallest triangle circles at corners is what your current HDTV can do. The next largest squares is P3 color. The largest triangle edges is Rec One of the main downsides of LCD TVs is a change in picture quality if you sit away from dead center as in, off to the sides.

How much this matters to you certainly depends on your seating arrangement, but also on how much you love your loved ones. If you're sitting off to the side, curved screens may let you see the far side of the screen better but views of the closer side are going to remain as bad or worse.

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Uniformity refers to the consistency of brightness across the screen. OLED is much better. Unlike plasma, however, it isn't perfect, with some early models having parts of the screen look slightly dimmer.

OLED's energy consumption is directly related to screen brightness. The brighter the screen, the more power it draws. It even varies with content.

A dark movie will require less power than a hockey game or ski competition. The energy consumption of LCD only varies depending on the backlight setting. The lower the backlight, the lower the power consumption. The only way to make OLED more energy-efficient is to reduce its brightness, but since that reduces its contrast ratio as well, it's not ideal.

So we'll give this category to LCD, even though it's fairly close and neither uses much power. Here's what you need to know about TV power consumption for more info.

LED LCD vs. OLED: TV display technologies compared

If you're the type of person who can't stop worrying about the longevity of their TV, then I guess LCD is your only option. Though keep in mind, there's no guarantee about those either, as any glance at site or Internet forums will tell you. All TVs can " burn in ," or develop what's called "image persistence," where a ghost of an image remains on screen. It's really hard to do this with most LCDs. It's slightly easier with OLED. However, watching something else for a few minutes should fix the issue.

In neither case is it as sticky as it tended to be on some older plasma TVs. LCD TVs are available in a vast array of sizes, from less than 20 inches to more than inches. It's going to be a long time before OLEDs are that price. That said, OLED will get cheaper.The ultraviolet light itself is not visible. This produces a more uniform backlight and provides a more effective use of local dimming , where it can change the luminosity of only a specific part of the screen.

This seems to be a move aimed at Echo users in particular. A high contrast-ratio display will look more realistic than one with a lower contrast ratio. LED Display edownloader: QLED vs.

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