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Further Study of Negative Dot-Matrix LCD
Recently, a display device with high information density has been increasingly required for automobile applications.
A full dot-matrix LCD in negative/transmissive mode is one of the most promissing candidates for an automotive display unit.
It has already been suggested that a negative dot-matrix LCD can be applied to automotive use.
We now discuss several factors that improve the quality of the display, namely rotation of polarizing axis, rubbing directions and a temperature compensation system.
Kuwata, T., Akeyoshi, K., Nakagawa, Y., Saitoh, Y. et al., "Further Study of Negative Dot-Matrix LCD," SAE Technical Paper 850143, 1985,
T. Kuwata, K. Akeyoshi, Y. Nakagawa, Y. Saitoh, I. Terada
Asahi Glass Co., Ltd., Asahi Glass Emp Co., Ltd.
SAE International Congress and Exposition
Automotive Electronic Displays and Information Systems-SP-0608, SAE 1985 Transactions-V94-85
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