Abstract

A novel transflective liquid crystal display architecture and its system driving schemes are proposed. In the reflective mode, the ambient light is used to readout the displayed images. While in the transmissive mode, a color-sequential light emitting diode backlight is used to eliminate the color filters. Under such device configuration, several advantages such as increased brightness and maximized color saturation for both transmissive and reflective modes can be achieved.

© 2007 IEEE

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