Abstract

A fast optimization method based on the diffuser dot density (DDD) for uniformity of the backlight module (BLM) is proposed in the paper. First, the relationship between the efficiency of the light emerging and the DDD is analyzed, and then a simulation model that is employed to acquire a serial of simulating data is constructed. Second, a mathematic method to profit the relationship is adopted, and a polynomial relationship is derived. Finally, an algorithm to adjust the DDD and optimize the uniformity of the BLM based on the DDD is constructed. The simulation results prove that only by three times optimization, the uniformity of the BLM can reach 85.6%, and the experimental result indicates that the algorithm proposed in the paper can improve the uniformity rapidly. The final experimental result is that the uniformity of the third optimization reaches 77.4%, which satisfies the target 75% in the phase of designing the BLM. Compared to the conventional optimization method, the method can speed up the procedure and lower the expense of developing the BLM in fabricating the liquid-crystal display.

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