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light-emitting diode (LED),

n a semiconductor device that produces light when activated with an electrical current.
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1 Global Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED), Market Revenues, ($m), 2005-2020 15
5 Global Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Displays, Market Analysis and Forecast to 2020 21
Table 6: Global Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Display Market Revenues Breakdown (%) on the Basis of Technology, 2007-2009 18
Table 7: Global Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Display Market Revenues Break-down by Applications (% share of $ Value) 2009-2020 20
15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --REPORT HIGHLIGHTS The global market for organic light emitting diodes (OLED) was about $2.
Recent advances in materials and manufacture have resulted in the commercial availability of light emitting diodes (LEDs) with narrow spectral distributions, high power, and dominant wavelengths spanning the entire visible spectrum (2).
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled European Organic Light Emitting Diodes Market provides an in-depth analysis of the market pertaining to application and technology trends.
The company has directly addressed this market demand by inventing a novel method for optical detection based on recent advances in organic electronics and light emitting diodes combined with microfluidics technology.
Transfer Includes Worldwide License for Technology to Create Improved Light Emitting Diodes
Organic polymer light emitting diodes have been the subject of intense scientific and commercial interest since their discovery at Cambridge University in 1989 by Molecular Vision co-founder Professor Donal Bradley -- now Head of the Department of Physics at Imperial -- and his colleagues.
Conjugated polymer light emitting diodes have been the subject of intense scientific and commercial interest since their discovery at Cambridge University in 1989 by Molecular Vision co-founder Professor Donal Bradley and his colleagues.
Emerging technologies such as light emitting diodes are dropping in price and capturing a larger share of markets ranging from architectural to automotive to traffic signals, and increasingly impinging on incandescent lamps.