FED

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FEDFederal Reserve (US central bank)
FEDFederal
FEDFaculty of Education (various locations)
FEDFoundations of Education (various schools)
FEDFundamentals of Engineering Design (various schools)
FEDFront End Developer (various companies)
FEDForum for Education and Democracy
FEDFreshman Engineering Design (various schools)
FEDField Emission Display (aka Field Emitter Display)
FEDFar End Device (3M)
FEDFonds Europeen de Developpement (European Development Fund)
FEDForeign Exchange Department (commercial banking)
FEDFachverband Elektronik Design (Professional Electronic Design Association)
FEDFédération Environnement Durable (French: Sustainable Environment Federation)
FEDFondului European de Dezvoltare (Romanian: Development Fund)
FEDFont Editor
FEDField Emitter
FEDFrame Encapsulator Decapsulator
FEDField Emission Display
FEDForcible Entry and Detainer
FEDFundacja Edukacja dla Demokracji (Polish: Education for Democracy Foundation)
FEDFuel Element Debris (nuclear waste)
FEDFoundation for Enterprise Development (SAIC)
FEDFaculty Expertise Database (various schools)
FEDField Emission Device (a display technology)
FEDForest Ecosystem Dynamics
FEDFar East District (Corps of Engineers, US Army)
FEDForward Entry Device
FEDFuture Electron Devices
FEDForum for Energy and Development
FEDFluid Engineering Division (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
FEDForum Entreprise Défense (French: Defense Enterprise Forum)
FEDFlight Events Demonstration (US NASA)
FEDFrequent Epileptic Discharges
FEDFederal Ecosystem Directorate
FEDFoundation for Education for Democracy (Poland)
FEDFort Edward-Glen Falls (Amtrak station code; New York)
FEDFish-Eye Disease
FEDFundacion Ecuatoriana de Desarrollo (Spanish)
FEDFelix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky (Russian-Ukraine cameras)
FEDFacilities Engineering Division
FEDFederation Execution Data
FEDFusion Engineering Device
FEDFlotilla Enrollment Date
FEDFederation Execution Details
FEDFrequency Error Detector
FEDFrequency Envelope Distribution (algorithm)
FEDFederal Reporter Digests (early US Federal court decisions)
FEDFixed-Erasure Decoding
FEDFor Elite Drivers
FEDFemmes Environnement et Développement (French)
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In the past three decades, diamond-like carbon films incorporated with nitrogen or called CNX films have been extensively studied owing to their potential application as cold cathode materials in field emission displays (FED).
Myriad research has been dedicated towards utilizing MWCNTs as electrodes in applications like field emission displays [4], rectifiers and other electrical devices [5].
FET is a leading player in field emission displays (FED) technology and 39.8% of the firm's shareholding is owned by leading Japanese consumer-electronics company Sony Corp.
Taiwanese TFT-LCD manufacturer AU Optronics Corp (AUO) (TAIEX:2409) (NYSE:AUO) said today that it has signed an agreement to acquire certain assets and technology related to field emission displays (FED) technology.
non-carbon based field emission displays may be required to license other portions of our patent portfolio in order to bring a product to market."
Mostly Japanese scientists working for companies consider phosphors for such applications as lamps, cathode-ray tubes, vacuum fluorescent displays and field emission displays, and plasma display; organic fluorescent pigments; solid-state laser materials; and other topics.
The Display FDP Expo will feature LCDs, plasma displays, organic electroluminescence displays (OELDs), inorganic electroluminescence displays, field emission displays (FEDs), surface-conduction Electron-emitter displays (SEDs), electronic papers, touch panels and many other exhibitions.
According to the new report, "The Market for Flexible Displays and Field Emission Displays," from NanoMarkets LC, Sterling Va., new materials, such as carbon nanotubes and organic molecules with conducting/semiconducting properties, will enable a new generation of displays that will create $3.4 billion in annual revenues by 2009.
Yadav said that NanoProducts' inks and dispersions can be used in a wide variety of applications such as radio frequency identification (RFID) and conductive inks with silver or indium tin oxide, as well as active matrix liquid crystal displays, plasma displays, electroluminescent displays, organic light emitting displays, and field emission displays. He added that opportunities abound in traditional printing applications as well.
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