Resources Contact Us Home
Reducing the effects of shorts in pixels of an active matrix organic electroluminescent device

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6961032.

An OLED device, with each pixel including a plurality of laterally spaced first electrodes, each corresponding to a portion of the pixel and a common second electrode vertically spaced from the plurality of first electrodes; at least one light-emitting layer disposed between the first and second electrodes including a host and a dopant for emitting light in response to current; a hole-transporting layer disposed between the light-emitting layer and the first or second electrodes; and a transistor drive circuit for each pixel including separate transistors, each transistor associated with a different one of the first electrodes and when driven causes current to pass between its corresponding first electrode and the second electrode so that, if there is a short in the portion between an individual first electrode and the second electrode, the remaining portions will continue to produce light in the light-emitting layer, thereby reducing the effects of the short.

  Recently Added Patents
Multiple monochromatic print cartridge printing method separating distinct colour plane into plurality of fake colour planes to form fake colour image
System and method for implementing an extended authentication and authorization credential store
Organic compounds
Automatic generation of cache-optimized code
Fax messaging for new users
Spark plug and method of manufacturing the same
LED light
  Randomly Featured Patents
Unsaturated polyester resin or vinyl ester resin compositions
Inhibiting apoptosis in plants using a baculovirus p35 protease inhibitor gene
Separation of monoalkyl maleate from dialkyl maleate
Ultra-high filtration filter
Lightweight SVM-based content filtering system for mobile phones
Combined fuel pump display and hose retractor assembly
Mushroom harvesting machine
Rechargeable remote control assembly with charger
Bread antistaling method
Combination cardiovascular electronic display/teaching apparatus, system and methods of constructing and utilizing same