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Reports on small molecule organic light emitting diodes research and development in key sectors

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Small Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroduction and ScopeIntroductionStudy ScopeMethodology and HighlightsMethodologyHighlightsSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) TechnologyLight Emitting DiodesIntroductionApplicationsElectroluminescent DisplaysIntroductionElectroluminescent DisplaysSmall Molecule OLEDsIntroductionTechnologyAdvantagesShortcomingsSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Technology RoadmapIntroductionHistoryOLED Device RequirementsOLEDs Today and TomorrowCurrent StandingFuture StandingEmerging Trends - NewsOLED - EuropeOLED - AsiaCompeting Technologies - North AmericaCompeting Technologies - EuropeCompeting Technologies - Asia and Rest of the WorldSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Organic MaterialsSmall Molecule OLEDIntroductionEmissive Materials - KodakDoping the OLED - Princeton University Charge Transport MaterialsElectron Transport Materials - SanyoHole Transport Materials - XeroxSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Fabrication TechniquesVacuum Thermal EvaporationDevice PreparationThermal Evaporation in VacuumElectron Beam Heating EvaporationOrganic Vapor Phase DepositionIntroductionExperimental SetupMicropatterning of Organic Thin FilmsRoll-to-Roll ProcessingIntroductionTechnology OverviewDrive MechanismsPassive Matrix OLEDsActive Matrix OLEDsSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Competing TechnologiesIntroductionTechnology Overview & AssessmentEvolution Over TimeSupply Chain ImpactLiquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)IntroductionLCD Display - Working PrincipleDrive SchemesPotential RevenueLight Emitting Polymers (LEPs)IntroductionTechnology OverviewPlasma Display Panels (PDPs)IntroductionTechnology OverviewField Emission Displays (FEDs)IntroductionTechnology OverviewSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Small Molecule OLED against Other TechnologiesSmall Molecule OLEDs versus LCDsIntroductionParameters For ComparisonSmall Molecule OLED versus LEPsIntroductionComparisonSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), ApplicationsConsumer and IndustrialIntroductionMobile PhonesDigital CamerasNear-Eye ApplicationsConsumer Video HeadsetsGeneral Purpose LightingTelecommunicationsMilitaryNight-Vision EquipmentAvionic DisplaysSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Market AnalysisAnalysisIntroductionCompetitionChoice of TechnologyPrice-Performance AnalysisMarket Forecast for World Flat Panel DisplayBenefits; Challenges and TrendsBenefitsChallengesTrendsDecision Support DatabasesNorth American Digital Camera Unit SalesNorth American Camcorder Unit SalesNorth American PDA Unit SalesGlobal Installed Base of Mobile Handsets by Region and Country Small Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Research & DevelopmentUniversitiesArizona State University - Organic Display Devices and Hybrid Photovoltaics MIT - Organic Thin Film ResearchCornell University - Organic Devices Research University of Alberta; Canada - Polymer OLED Research University of Hull; UK - Organophotonics Germany - OLED Materials Research Israel - OLED Research Penn State University - Integrated Light Emissive Pixels University of Southern California - New OLED Device Architectures University of Texas; Austin - Organic Research Research LabsFraunhofer IPMS - Next Generation OLED Fabrication Techniques ISMN; Italy - Electronic Materials Research France - Molecular Materials Research for Optoelectronic ApplicationsSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Patents; FAQs; and Company ListingPatents and FAQsPatentsFAQsParticipating Companies and ResearchCompany ListingContact DetailsSmall Molecule Organic Light Emitting Diodes (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan's Science and Technology 2004 AwardsTechnology Leadership AwardIntroductionAward RecipientExcellence in Technology AwardIntroductionAward Recipient




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