Progress with all Printed Flexible OLED Displays (OLEDs LIVE! USA 2013)

Dr Fredrik Jakobsson, Senior Scientist, Device Physics
Cambridge Display Technology Ltd
United Kingdom
2013 11월20일.


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Presentation Summary

All printed OLED device uniquely combines the characteristics of an emissive display such as OLED,
including good brightness and switching speed in the range of milliseconds,
with a plastic substrate and an " all printed" manufacturing process.
These displays are now ready for a range of applications in a variety of consumer products.
A number of development activities have taken place to allow this technical progress;
the critical ones are listed below:
Improved contrast displays.
This has resulted in a simplified manufacturing process whilst achieving very good contrast ratios.
Reduction of the maximum voltage required to turn the devices on within ~1 sec from 40V to 24V.
This has been achieved though improvement in materials and device optimisation.
Development of gravure printing process
Storage lifetime tests demonstrate these devices have at least a 2 year shelf-life

Company Profile (Cambridge Display Technology (CDT))

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CDT has developed a portfolio of thin, flexible, organic, printed electronic devices including OLED displays, sensors, transistors, energy harvesters and more. CDT's solution processed, in-air-deposited active layers, air-stable cathodes and simple encapsulation process (lamination) provides new functionality, freedom of design and easy system integration in a broad range of applications.
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