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November 14th, 2003

First Jet-printed Plastic Transistor Arrays

Abstract:
The Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) has developed the first plastic semiconductor transistor array entirely patterned using jet printing. Jet printing will lower the cost of active-matrix display backplanes by replacing vacuum deposition and photolithography in current manufacturing. The technology is also expected to open up new markets for wall-sized TV's, unbreakable cell phone displays, rollable displays, and electronic paper.

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