Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
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Operating System: Windows XP / 2000 / 9x
Latest Version / Release Date: Version 1.0 / 08 Sep 2002
The TFT LCD (Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display) refers to a type of LCD that employs the TFT technology to improve and progress the quality of displayed images and the contrast and addressability of the device. All LCD displays are founded on dynamic matrix addressing, which is similar to what TFT LCD uses. It is generally used in television sets, monitors, computers, mobile phones, PDAs, projectors and navigation systems. The circuits of a TFT LCD are almost identical to what is used in DRAM memory. The TFT LCD is created from thin strip of silicon film inserted on a glass sheet, which produces crystalline wafer from silicon and serves as the transistor. Silicon film permits the light to pass through. The layer of silicon within a TFT LCD is produced through the process known as PECVD, a method from silane gas-precursor. If an LCD requires a higher TFT performance, polycrystalline silicon is used.
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TFT LCD includes high-frequency and high resolution display or monitors that can perform data processing. The silicon-based Amorphous TFT has the lowest LCD performance, while TFT polycrystalline silicon has the highest, noted as the solitary-silicon crystal transistor. One of the most common and inexpensive technology used in the TFT LCD is the TN (Twisted Nematic). The TFT technology in this display uses enough pixels to create fast pixel response that circumvents the shadow as well as the ghosting of early pixel production. The transmission of pixels in a TFT LCD panel generally does not alter the applied voltage. Most monitors require a particular non-linear reliance of the quantity of released light as the standard protocol for RGB value. TFT LCD usually uses an analog Video Graphic adapter connection. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 17inch TFT LCD Monitor errors before installing any driver updates.