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  • Using PIC16C5x Microcontrollers as LCD Drivers
    This application note describes an LCD controller implementation using a PIC16C55 microcontroller. This technique offers display capabilities for applications that require a small display at a low cost, together with the capabilities of the standard PIC16C55 microcontroller. We start by an overview
  • High-Resolution Stereoscopic TFT-LCD with Wire-Grid Polarizer
    structure is free. of any limitations on both viewing angle and viewing distance. inherent in the conventional stereoscopic displays, whereby. enabling several persons to view stereoscopic image. simultaneously. Because the proposed structure does not use. conventional polarization film of TFT-LCD
  • Driving Liquid Crystal Displays with the PIC16F913/914/916/917/946
    The PIC16F913/914/916/917/946 microcontroller family provides an integrated LCD Driver module that directly drives LCD displays. In large scale applications, directly driving a custom LCD display can provide significant cost savings. In addition, low-power applications can benefit from the low
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    and ground-penetrating radar. High-integration LCD panels eyed as cost saver The "highly integrated display " is emerging as a new design idea to salvage profits in an LCD monitor business facing both rapid growth and eroding prices. By folding electronics into LCD modules some vendors believe
  • TC7135 Microprocessor Interface (TC7135)
    Many data acquisition systems require both a visual display and a computer interface. The TC7135 from Microchip Technology is a 4-1/2 digit Analog-to-Digital converter (ADC) which can easily provide both of these functions. The TC7135s multiplexed BCD outputs interface easily to low cost LED or LCD
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    companies seek to ally on LCD TV screens Three leading Japanese display suppliers, Hitachi Ltd., Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., and Toshiba are negotiating to form an alliance to produce thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) panels used in flat-panel TVs, according to a Reuters

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