STEERING CIRCUITRY FOR AN ELECTROLUMINESCENT PANEL.
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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In many cases it is desirable to display the output of information processors by graphical means. One of the top contenders in the display area is the electroluminescent panel in which matrix steering of all display points is possible. Up to now the highly non-linear and time-variable characteristics of electroluminescent panels have led to considerable difficulties in building practical display systems. The system described in this thesis is the outcome of the theoretical investigations concerning the mechanism of electroluminescence and uses a very high voltage pulse super position method. It is felt that the uniformity of a 28 x 28 panel is sufficient and that the access circuitry is of not more than average complication. Author
- Electricity and Magnetism