A study on LED displays has been conducted exploring a more efficient method for color generation than the traditional method. The study is comprehensive and thoroughly performed employing various sets of experiments in order to examine the functionality of the new proposed scheme which includes a literature review, theoretical modeling based on a scientific study, experimental data measurements of a developed prototype, and statistical data based on a survey. This study resulted in very interesting outcomes that may lead to a tremendous change in the existing LED display technology.
Billboards; Color; Color display systems; Display; Energy consumption; Light emitting diodes; Light-emitting display (LED); Panel; RGB; RGBW
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Engineering
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Singh, A. K.
Energy efficient RGBW pixel configuration for light-emitting displays.
Journal of Display Technology, 5(11),