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									Global Electronic Displays Market

           2009-2013
                                                                        Global Electronic Displays Market




                                            Table of Contents
1. Introduction...........................................................................................................3
2. Market Size and Forecast.........................................................................................5
3. Geographic Segmentation........................................................................................6
   3.1 Market Size in Americas....................................................................................7
   3.2 Market Size in APAC..........................................................................................8
   3.3 Market Size in EMEA.........................................................................................9
4. Market Trends in Global Electronic Displays..............................................................10
5. Market Drivers in Electronic Display Market..............................................................12
6. Market Challenges in Electronic Display Market.........................................................14
7. Vendors...............................................................................................................16
8. Related Reports in this Series.................................................................................22




                                              List of Exhibits
Exhibit 2.1: Global Electronic Display Market Size and Forecast 2009-2013 (In $billion)......6
Exhibit 3.1: Global Electronic Display Market Segmentation by Geography - 2009..............7
Exhibit 3.2: Electronic Display Market Size in Americas - 2009-2013 (in $billion)...............8
Exhibit 3.3: Electronic Display Market Size in APAC - 2009-2013 (in $billion).....................9
Exhibit 3.4: Electronic Display Market Size in EMEA - 2009-2013 (in $billion)...................10




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                                                              Global Electronic Displays Market




1. Introduction


Electronic Displays are display units that have the capability to convert electrical signals into
visual images. These images are changed in real-time by refreshing the memory when new
information in the form of electrical signals is received.




Electronic   Displays   are   replacing   the   traditional    mechanical   device   displays   (like
galvanometers, counters and even paper). Further, with technical developments in the field
of electronics, digital watches, calculators, and computers, the usage of electronic displays
have increased and replaced mechanical devices. The major factors for the rapid adoption
of electronic display devices include low price, maintenance free and re-usability for a wide
variety of display applications.

Following are the major Electronic Display technologies:

}   Cathode Ray Tube Displays: Cathode Ray Tubes or CRTs are majorly used for
televisions and computer screens. These devices have an electrically charged cathode at
the back of the CRT, which emits an electron beam. This beam hits the screen in the front
of the display tube (which is coated with phosphor). The display tube glows when struck by
electrons. The beam then moves from left to right, top to bottom, illuminating the
phosphors in the display screen. Moreover, the display intensity can be modulated and the
displayed image can be retraced 30 to 70 times every second, which makes CRTs suitable
for video displays.

}   LED Displays: Light Emitting Diodes or LEDs are based on semiconducting diode
technology. When LEDs are switched on, the diode becomes forward biased, thus releasing
the electrons. These electrons then combine with holes to produce energy in the form of
photons. With developments in the LED technology, Organic LEDs (OLED) have been
developed. In these LEDs, the emitting layer is replaced with organic material or a polymer
(for flexible displays). Further, these OLEDs can be modified to form Active Matrix OLEDs
(AMOLEDs) to be used in displays. AMOLEDs are formed by depositing OLEDs on a Thin
Film Transistor (TFT) array to form a matrix, which enables a controller to control each
OLED pixel by switches. These AMOLEDs have been used for flat screen TFT, touchscreen




  
								
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