11 October 2012 Fast-response liquid crystal display by the VA-IPS display mode with nematic liquid crystal and polymer networks
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To improve electrooptical characteristics of the vertical aligned (VA) liquid crystal displays (LCDs), the monomer material and in-plane switching (IPS) field produced by interdigital electrodes are employed in LC cells. The fast switching response and well optical transmittance of the VA-IPS display mode are successfully achieved by mixing the nematic LC with polymer networks, attributed to the surface anchoring, and the molecular orientation of the LC cell will be further governed, especially under the greater applied voltage. Furthermore, the high concentration doping of the monomer can effectively improve the response behavior, but it also results in the transmittance sacrificed due to the light scattering, and the threshold voltage (Vth) increased.
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Tien-Jung Chen, Guan-Jhong Lin, Bo-Yu Chen, Jin-Jei Wu, Ying-Jay Yang, "Fast-response liquid crystal display by the VA-IPS display mode with nematic liquid crystal and polymer networks", Proc. SPIE 8475, Liquid Crystals XVI, 847513 (11 October 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.929159; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.929159
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