LCD


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AcronymDefinition
LCDLiquid Crystal Display (display technology)
LCDLeast Common Denominator
LCDLowest Common Denominator
LCDLocal Coverage Determination
LCDLiquid Crystal Diode
LCDLocal Coverage Decisions (Medicare)
LCDLutte contre la Désertification (French: Fight against Desertification)
LCDLocal Configuration Datastore
LCDLow Carbohydrate Diet
LCDLord Chancellor's Department (UK government)
LCDLocal Climatological Data
LCDLoss of Cell Delineation (ATM)
LCDLesotho Congress for Democracy (Lesotho)
LCDLaminate Cartridge
LCDLeonard Cheshire Disability (Kenya)
LCDLiquor Carbonis Detergens (skin treatment)
LCDLeveraged Commentary & Data (Standard & Poor's; New York, NY)
LCDLearner-Centered Design
LCDLattice Corneal Dystrophy
LCDLISP Code Directory (Emacs)
LCDLitres per Capita per Day
LCDLey de Competencia Desleal (Spanish: Unfair Competition Law)
LCDLatino Consent Decree
LCDLand Conservation District
LCDLetter Carrier Depot (Canada Post)
LCDLong Constrained Delay
LCDLease Commencement Date
LCDLimited Conversion Division (military)
LCDLoopback Command, Digital Loop Request
LCDLocation de Véhicules Courte Durée (French: Short Term Car Rental)
LCDLiving Causes Death (online radio show and cartoon)
LCDLast Certified Day
LCDLarge Cerenkov Detector
LCDLattice Code Decoder
LCDLogistics Communications Division
LCDLine Concentrating Device (Nortel)
LCDLauncher Closure Door (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile)
LCDLink Community Development (various locations)
LCDLocal Column Decoder (computer memory)
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This refutes the myth that LCDs are thicker than OLEDs.
Philips LCD launched its Small and Medium Displays Business Unit in January 2006 to strengthen its cutting edge technology, product development skills and sales and marketing capabilities.
The feature-rich Olevia 3 Series LCD HDTV Ready TVs are intended for general consumer use and are ideal for displaying crisp digital programming whether received via cable and satellite set-top boxes or broadcast tuner, and when displaying images from a DVD, VCR or camcorder.
Recently, there has been an increase in the adoption of small-sized LCD modules for mobile devices and industrial applications owing to current trends favoring compact devices and portable and handheld instruments.
In addition, DNP is also picking up more requests to implement further cost cutting measures on order to respond to the ongoing shift to lower priced LCD televisions.
Applications for the new mobile ASV LCD technology include mobile phones, PDAs, digital still cameras, LCD digital video cameras, personal media players, and car navigation and rear-seat entertainment systems.
Triscend's graphic LCD solution makes it much easier to produce a hand-held device," said Joe Maurer, LCD Marketing Manager at Kyocera.
Sharp is working to further the evolution of LCD TVs based on the success of developing the 108-inch model, and as the world's leading manufacturer of LCD TVs, will continue to develop state-of-the-art products.
NEC LCD Technologies will continue to enhance its line-up of LCDs adopting ST-NLT technology for a variety of industrial applications and a range of environmental conditions.
Meanwhile, Samsung will introduce the largest (70" diagonal) full-high-definition LCD for consumer television applications.
Philips LCD, said, "As digital broadcasting becomes more widespread and HDTV prices become more attractive, the demand for our products will continue to rise.
Philips LCD (NYSE:LPL) (KRX:034220), one of the world's leading thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) manufacturers, through 2007 and will also collaborate with the company on future research and development efforts at a joint office in Nanjing, China.