active matrix array

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active matrix array (AMA)

a large-area integrated circuit that consists of millions of identical semiconductor elements and acts as the flat-panel image receptor in digital radiographic and fluoroscopic systems.
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The N9201A option allows users to test far larger amounts of test elements, such as resistor arrays and active matrix arrays, than was possible with previous solutions.
So we set out to create an affordable universal switch without silicon to replace expensive transistors currently used in active matrix arrays.
It has demonstrated jet-printed polymer field effect transistors and is developing processes to print complete active matrix arrays.