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How Does Liquid Crystal Display Television Works?
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Prof. Rico Bien Simon Oxales
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Manalon, Angelo
Ocaya, Angelou
Ortiz, Joel
Partos, Mhar Angelo
Ravena, Rosemarie

How Does Liquid Crystal Display Television Works?
1. What are the Basics of Liquid Crystal Display?
2.1. Where does LCD display rely?
2.2. What is the purpose of liquid crystals?
2.3. What makes up the apparent color of each pixel on the screen? 2. What is Addressing?
3.4. How does addressing occur?
3.5. What is the purpose of the thin film transistors (TFTs)? 3.6. What is the effect of TFTs to liquid crystals?
3. What is Color Production?
4.7. What is the function of the light source in an active-matrix LCD TV? 4.8. What is a white display?
4.9. How can you achieve a full color pallet on your LCD TV? 4.10. How are subpixels form?
4.11. How can a single triad reproduce approximately 16.8 million colors? 4. What are is the difference between LCD TV and Plasma TV? 5.12. What is the advantage of LCD TV over plasma TV?

5.13. What is the advantage of Plasma TV over LCD TV?

1. What are the Basics of Liquid Crystal Display?
2.1. Where does LCD display rely?
The display relies on a backlight to illuminate colored filters placed behind each sub-pixel. 2.2. What is the purpose of liquid crystals?
Liquid crystals can be made to become opaque and block the passage of this colored light, or they can be made to allow the light to pass through to the front of the screen, depending upon the electrical charge applied to each sub-pixel.  2.3. What makes up the apparent color of each pixel on the screen? The combination of the color and intensity of the three sub-pixels makes up the apparent color of each pixel on the screen. 2. What is Addressing?

3.4. How does addressing occur?
Addressing is the process by which pixels are turned on (which...
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