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Resized 4ATI AMLCD glass for cockpit applications
Author(s): J. Wright; H. Woo
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Paper Abstract

The paper outlines the development and realization of a new breed of 4ATI instrument, based upon a modular, open architecture, intended to provide end users and system integrators maximum flexibility in both product sourcing and functionality. A critical component in successfully realizing such an outcome was the securing of AMLCD modules of requisite performance, that, preferably be multi-sourced, or include alternate provisions to preclude premature obsolescence. As the 4ATI size is poorly supported by custom FPD manufacturers, the developers elected to pursue a "cut-glass", or re-sized approach, thus greatly expanding the choice of AMLCD source. As part of the process, the authors developed a novel, low-stress, re-sizing approach, which proved successful in providing a high-yield process, of optimal environmental integrity.

Paper Details

Date Published: 22 May 2006
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 6225, Defense, Security, Cockpit, and Future Displays II, 62250F (22 May 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.669564
Show Author Affiliations
J. Wright, Luxell Technologies Inc. (Canada)
H. Woo, Luxell Technologies Inc. (Canada)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6225:
Defense, Security, Cockpit, and Future Displays II
Eric W. Forsythe; Henry J. Girolamo; James C. Byrd; Daniel D. Desjardins, Editor(s)

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