SOLID-STATE DISPLAY DEVICES.
Final technical rept., May 63-Jun 65,
LEAR SIEGLER INC GRAND RAPIDS MICH INSTRUMENT DIV
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The result of this program was the development of a solid-state display device utilizing binary input information. An extension of previous contract work, the program produced the application of thin film photoconductive elements, with as many as 128 individual switching elements on a single substrate. The photoconductor switches are driven with electroluminescent lamps. The readout is made up of five columns of segmented electroluminescent lamps with a resolution of 32 lines per inch. Four of the columns are of the thermometer type while the fifth is a single line which moves as a time reference. Author
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