Since large-area OLED displays can be produced and are commercially available, this technology has also become a focus of attention for electronics market customers.
"OLEDs are low-light, short-lived and unreliable" - these are common prejudices against this technology. This statement may be true for displays manufactured 15 years ago, but the technology has evolved since then.
This white paper explains how OLED technology works, its fundamental differences to LCDs and goes into detail on issues such as lifetime, driving, interfaces and applications. Tricks and strategies for dealing with this technology, such as how to extend its lifetime, are also discussed in detail.
Note: This white paper is in german.