The report covers market revenue forecasts for the OLED market (Displays and Lighting) from 2005-2020 It also provides market revenues breakdown for displays by application types; Cell Phones, Televisions, IT Monitors and Others and technology type; Passive Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode (PMOLED) Displays and Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode (AMOLED) Display.
What does LED stand for?
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode
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- Leadership Education Development (various locations)
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- Lethality Enhancing Device
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- Licht Emittierende Dioden (German: Light Emitting Diode)
- Light Emitting Device
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Light emitting diode (LED) curing lights have many great features, which really benefit the dental assistant.
First discovered in the 1970s, conducting polymers have made it into a few small-scale commercial applications, such as antistatic coatings on photographic film and light emitting diodes in a display of maintenance information on an electric razor.
com/reports/c41548) has announced the addition of "Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays - Global Strategic Business Report" to their offering.
The company has directly addressed this market demand by inventing a novel method for optical detection based on recent advances in organic electronics and light emitting diodes combined with microfluidics technology.
Conjugated polymer light emitting diodes have been the subject of intense scientific and commercial interest since their discovery at Cambridge University in 1989 by Molecular Vision co-founder Professor Donal Bradley and his colleagues.
Eastman Kodak Company, a pioneer in the area of organic light emitting diode technology (OLED), today announced a licensing agreement with Univision Technology of Taiwan.
Organic polymer light emitting diodes have been the subject of intense scientific and commercial interest since their discovery at Cambridge University in 1989 by Molecular Vision co-founder Professor Donal Bradley and his colleagues.