Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs): Technology Trends and Display Market Assesment

Table of Contents







1. INTRODUCTION

    1.1 Overview
    1.2 Methodology
    1.3 Forecast on CD-ROM
    1.4 Key Findings

2.OLED TECHNOLOGY

    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Basic Device Structures
      2.2.1 Monochromatic OLEDs
    2.3 Display Materials
      2.3.1 Small Molecules
      2.3.2 Polymers
      2.3.3 Materials Stability Issues
    2.4 Device Processing and Manufacturing
      2.4.1 Substrates and ITO Layer
      2.4.2 Cathode
      2.4.3 Vapor Deposition
      2.4.4 Spin Coating/Spraying
      2.4.5 Device Fabrication
        2.4.5.1 Uniax
        2.4.5.2 Kodak
      2.4.6 Current Device Performance Parameters
    2.5 Summary: Important Outstanding R&D Issues
      2.5.1 New Materials
      2.5.2 Roll-to-Roll Coating
      2.5.3 Encapsulation
      2.5.4 Full-Color Displays
    2.6 Conclusions








3.OLED APPLICATIONS

    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Forecast Overview
    3.3 Application Overview
      3.3.1 Top Display Applications
    3.4 OLED Market Development
      3.4.1 Small Displays
    3.5 Market and Applications Overview
      3.5.1 Transportation Applications
        3.5.1.1 Automobile Displays
        3.5.1.2 Commercial Transportation
      3.5.2 Consumer Applications
        3.5.2.1 Household Appliances
        3.5.2.2 Audio
        3.5.2.3 Camoorders and Cameras
        3.5.2.4 Color Television/Portable VCRs/DVD Players
        3.5.2.5 Clocks Timers/Watches/Personal Health Devices
      3.5.3 Business Applications
        3.5.3.1 Balances and Scales
        3.5.3.2 Copiers
        3.5.3.3 Fax Machines
        3.5.3.4 Gaming and Vending
        3.5.3.5 POS/Cash Registers/Electronic Shelf Labels
      3.5.4 Industrial Applications
      3.5.5 Telecommunications
        3.5.5.1 Cellular Telephones
        3.5.5.2 Transceivers/Other Radios
        3.5.5.3 Telephones
      3.5.6 Computer Applications
    3.6 Signs and Illumination
      3.6.1 Signs
        3.6.1.1 Non-Emissive Signs
        3.6.1.2 Emissive Signs
      3.6.2 Illumination
        3.6.2.1 Traditional Lighting
        3.6.2.2 Display and Sign Backlighting
        3.6.2.3 Non-Traditional Lighting

4. COMPANY PROFILES INDUSTRIAL, ACADEMIC, AND GOVERNMENT ACTIVITY

    4.1 Industrial Activity
      4.1.1 Background
      4.1.2 North America
        4.1.2.1 Agilent Technologies
        4.1.2.2 Alien Technology Corp.
        4.1.2.3 Dow Chemical
        4.1.2.4 E. 1. DuPont
        4.1.2.5 Eastman Kodak
        4.1.2.6 FED Corp.
        4.1.2.7 Luxell Technologies
        4.1.2.8 Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
        4.1.2.9 Three-Five Systems
        4.1.2.10 Uniax Corp.
        4.1.2.11 Universal Display Corp.
      4.1.3 Europe
        4.1.3.1 Cambridge Display Technology
        4.1.3.2 Covion Organic Semiconductors
        4.1.3.3 Opsys Limited
        4.1.3.4 Philips Electronics N.V.
        4.1.3.5 SiemensAG
      4.1.4 Asia
        4.1.4.1 Canon
        4.1.4.2 Denso
        4.1.4.3 Mitsubishi Chemical
        4.1.4.4 NEC
        4.1.4.5 Pioneer Corp.
        4.1.4.6 Sanyo Electric
        4.1.4.7 Seiko Epson
        4.1.4.8 Sumitomo Chemical
        4.1.4.9 TDK







    4.2 University and Non-Industrial Laboratory Activity
      4.2.1 North America
        4.2.1.1 CAMP
        4.2.1.2 NNAAOMP
        4.2.1.3 Princeton University
        4.2.1.4 UCLA
        4.2.1.5 University of Southern California
      4.2.2 Europe
        4.2.2.1 Cambridge University
        4.2.2.2 Linkoping University
        4.2.2.3 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
        4.2.2.4 University of Groningen
        4.2.2.5 University of Sheffield
      4.2.3 Asia
        4.2.3.1 Kyushu University
        4.2.3.2 Osaka University
        4.2.3.3 Yamagata University
    4.3 Government Activity
      4.3.1 North America
        4.3.1.1 DARPA
        4.3.1.2 AFOSR, ARO, ON R
        4.3.1.3 NSF
        4.3.1.4 NIST
      4.3.2 Europe
        4.3.2.1 National Sources
        4.3.2.2 International Sources
      4.3.3 Asia

5. OLED MANUFACTURING COSTANALYSIS

    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Details of the Cost Model
      5.2.1 General Assumptions of the Models
      5.2.2 Overview of the Manufacturing Process
      5.2.3 Overview of the Cost Modeling Process
    5.3 OLED Cost Model Output Summary
    5.4 OLED Cost Model Interpretation
    5.5 Comparative View and Conclusions

Appendix A - The Science of Electroluminescence

Appendix B - Chromaticity Diagrams for OLED Materials

Appendix C - Worldwide OLED Database

Appendix D - About the Authors and Publishers

Publisher

Price

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Pub Time

March 2000