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Electro-optical properties of deformed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystal display cells

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Eugene P. Pozhidaev

P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (Russia)

Proc. SPIE 4511, Advanced Display Technologies: Basic Studies of Problems in Information Display (FLOWERS 2000), 92 (June 28, 2001); doi:10.1117/12.431266
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  • Advanced Display Technologies: Basic Studies of Problems in Information Display (FLOWERS 2000)
  • Victor V. Belyaev; Igor N. Kompanets
  • Moscow, Russia | October 10, 2000

abstract

General electrooptical properties of Deformed Helix Ferroelectric (DHF) liquid crystal effect have been analyzed. This promising effect opens the door to continuous gray scale of diode active matrix displays, the most low electric voltage amplitude in comparison with any other type of liquid crystal cells can drive DHF displays cells. On the contrary, high voltage and high frequency mode of DHF effect provides the response time about 1.5 micrometers in a very broad temperature range. The electrically controlled birefringence of DHF cells could be applied in adaptive optics.

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Eugene P. Pozhidaev
"Electro-optical properties of deformed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystal display cells", Proc. SPIE 4511, Advanced Display Technologies: Basic Studies of Problems in Information Display (FLOWERS 2000), 92 (June 28, 2001); doi:10.1117/12.431266; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.431266


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