Liquid Crystal Display (using CGS® technology)
equipped with CG silicon liquid crystal panel
(manufactured by Sharp Corporation)
Liquid crystal displays are everywhere in our daily lives.
We have been conducting development of liquid crystal displays since 1985.
In 1998, we announced CGS technology with Sharp Corporation through joint development.
CGS technology is widely used in displays of such products as cellular phones. By forming continuous crystal grain boundary at atomic level, CGS technology offers high electron mobility, which is about 600 times higher than the electron mobility of conventional amorphous silicon and about three times higher than that of the average low temperature polysilicon (LTPS).
Our History of LCD Development (using CGS Technology)
Developed CG silicon technology with Sharp Corporation towards the goal of System On Panel
|1999||Awarded Kanagawa High-Tech Grand-Prix for "Development of Continuous Grain Silicon (CGS) Semiconductor Technology"|
|2000||Awarded with Sharp Corporation the Grand Prize of Advanced Display of the Year for "Liquid Crystal High-Definition Rear Projector ＜LC-R60HD＞"
|2000||Awarded with Sharp Corporation Silver Award of 2000 Display Product of the Year for "60-in. High-Definition Rear Projector"
|2003||Awarded with Sharp Corporation the Excellent Prize of Advanced Display of the Year for "LCD Module for mobile use based on CG Silicon"
■ 4-inch liquid crystal panel (VGA: 640 × 480 × 3 pixels)
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* CGS is a registered trademark of Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co., Ltd.
(Japanese trademark registration No. 4335464).