Flat panel displays are lightweight and very thin display screens utilized in monitors, smartphones, televisions, and other portable electronic devices.
Flat panel displays are both thinner and lighter in comparison with the conventionally utilized cathode ray tubes (CRTs). Owing to the advancement of
technology, a lot of solutions having innovative technologies have been introduced in recent years. Therefore, flat panel displays are being used in place
of CRT-based display systems.
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TMR, a market intelligence company, displays the progress overview of flat panel displays, due to which they have chipped away the demand for CRTs. It
studies the three major technologies in the flat panel display industry, along with stating their key limitations, so as to predict the future of these
Plasma Displays (PDPs):
Some years back, the key advantage PDPs had over LCDs was that the manufacture of a large panel could be achieved with ease. Full-HD PDPs, having a
size of more than 70 inches, are currently successful owing to the benefit of processing massive panels in the same production facility able to
manufacture 42” panels simultaneously with a single glass sheet, hence saving costs. Owing to the soaring costs of panels, PDPs are a niche product
used in public data displays at railway stations and airports, but they have not been progressing much owing to their lack of brightness in natural
light. In addition, qualities such as phosphor burn-in and image sticking have been holding back demand for PDPs. Examples of popular plasma displays
include Panasonic TH-103PF9-EK-WK 103, Panasonic TH-42PF11EK, and Pioneer PDP-505CMX PureVision, among others.
Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs):
The development of LCD panels commenced from being a niche market within the laptop computer market and has branched out into monitors of PCs. However,
initially LCDs were not considered as the ideal technology in TVs and a number of LCD TVs comprised a very low picture quality. To overcome this, a
number of colorimetric improvements were implemented by various manufacturers for giving enhanced color performance. With these improvements, currently
LCDs have emerged as the most popular technology in TVs. Manufacturers such as AU Optronics and Nikkei Microdevices have now rated the picture quality
of LCDs as even better than that of plasma technology. Hence, the market for LCDs have been projected to rise strongly in the coming years. VA916g,
VA705b, and VA1921a are some key examples of LCD displays.
Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs):
OLEDs are a type of displays that have developed significantly over a relatively short period of time. OLED technology have hit the headlines and
millions of OLED units have already been sold. They are emissive displays and are invariably thinner than LCDs and have also been used as secondary
displays within mobile phones. This technology is also poised to escalate to bigger display sizes. Nonetheless, it is expected that it will take some
more time for this technology to have a serious impact on the TV industry, though Cambridge Display Technology, a key patent holder within the field,
anticipates that OLED may surpass all the other technologies in the forthcoming years.
Panasonic Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, Sony Corporation, and LG Display Co. Ltd., among others, are the key players operating in this market.
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