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28 August 2002 Development of a replacement AMLCD used on multiple platforms
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A goal of military display users and manufacturers is commonality: to utilize a given display on as many platforms as possible. The often-addressed concern of obsolescence of commercial AMLCDs used on military programs becomes a key issue, though, with regard to commonality. Obsolescence occurs as the tools used in the manufacture of an AMLCD age and as new and improved materials and processes are developed. The LCD manufacturer, at some point, decides to cease the manufacture of a particular AMLCD. The users of that AMLCD then have two choices: make a lifetime buy of LCDs, or find a replacement. For a display which has achieved some degree of commonality, this choice must be faced by a number of different users on a number of platforms. This paper addresses some of the problems encountered when such a choice is made, as an SVGA display made by one manufacturer is replaced by an XGA display made by a different manufacturer.
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Kevin L. Walsh and Robert Gobron "Development of a replacement AMLCD used on multiple platforms", Proc. SPIE 4712, Cockpit Displays IX: Displays for Defense Applications, (28 August 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.480921
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