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16 February 2004 OLEDs for lighting: new approaches
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OLED technology has improved to the point where it is now possible to envision developing OLEDs as a low cost solid state light source. In order to realize this, significant advances have to be made in device efficiency, lifetime at high brightness, high throughput fabrication, and the generation of illumination quality white light. In this talk, the requirements for general lighting will be reviewed and various approaches to meeting them will be outlined. Emphasis will be placed on a new monolithic series-connected OLED design architecture that promises scalability without high fabrication cost or design complexity.
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Anil R. Duggal, Donald F. Foust, William F. Nealon, and Christian M. Heller "OLEDs for lighting: new approaches", Proc. SPIE 5214, Organic Light-Emitting Materials and Devices VII, (16 February 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.511477
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