Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Liquid crystal display device










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #8139186.

The present invention provides a LCD device providing wide viewing angle display and having an improved transmittance and contrast ratio. The present invention is a liquid crystal display device including: a first substrate; a liquid crystal layer; and a second substrate in this order toward a display face, wherein each of the first and second substrates includes a polarizer and a transparent electrode, the first substrate includes a reflector, the liquid crystal layer contains a liquid crystal material with negative dielectric anisotropy, at least one of the first and second substrates includes a .lamda./4 retarder including a dielectric material, the .lamda./4 retarder is arranged to overlap with the reflector when viewed from the display face, and the .lamda./4 retarder is arranged on a liquid crystal side of the transparent electrode.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Integrated analyses of breast and colorectal cancers
Organic elelectroluminescent display
Maize variety hybrid X13A495
Optimized control of an energy supplying system and an energy consuming system
Control service for relational data management
(4946
Active pulse blood constituent monitoring
  Randomly Featured Patents
Image pickup lens and image pickup apparatus
Solid particle counting system with flow meter upstream of evaporation unit
Metallic sulphide catalysts, processes for synthesising said catalysts and use thereof
Nondestructive test for coated carbon-carbon composite articles
Connection assembly for interconnecting a circuit board and a frame
Insulation-displacement connector
Method of desulfurization of fossil fuel with flavoprotein
Semiconductor package having electrical connecting structures and fabrication method thereof
Plug-in connector comprising a modified insulator duct for shielding electromagnetic radiation
Method and apparatus for representing analog waveforms in digital form based on a multiplier, elapsed time and polarity