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Laser TV Display Technology

Aahna Soni Dept. Electronics and communication Nirma University Ahmedabad, ndia !!bec!"#$nirmauni.ac.in Abstract—In this paper “new display” technology is discussed. Working of laser TV display and comparison is made with other display technology. I. Introduction:screen. n comparison %ith the +-T, the energy beam in a laser display need not be maintained in a vacuum environment nor converted into a visible *orm by a special screen. This means that previous limits on screen si0e and brightness are removed and resolution capabilities are determined by physical optics instead o* electron optics.

Early displays, %hich uses method to avoid intermediate energy&conversion steps, re'uired comple(, large& aperture optical systems and e(hibited limited brightness and resolution. The laser)s high brightness and directional characteristics have overcome these problems by allo%ing light modulation and scanning techni'ues to be employed that %ere not *easible %ith conventional light sources. The laser)s monochromatic light, available at a variety o* %avelengths, allo%s color displays to be readily implemented. These *actors account *or the present level o* research and development activity in various aspects o* laser display technology. +onceptually, a laser display generates an image in the same manner as a cathode&ray tube ,+-T..

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Laser Display Characteristics:!. 1aintain *ull po%er output *or the li*espan o* the laser2 the picture 'uality %on)t degrade. 3. 4ave a very %ide color gamut, %hich can produce up to 567 o* the colors a human eye can perceive. #. +apable o* displaying #D stereoscopic video. 8. +an be pro9ected onto any depth or shape sur*ace %hile maintaining *ocus.

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Specifications Of Laser Display:a. Ultra Short Throw:-

Laser display consists o* spherical lens, a spherical glass mold lenses, and a spherical concave mirror.

As sho%n in the title illustration, the thin beam o* light emerging *rom a continuously operating visible laser is intensity modulated by a video signal, then scanned into a t%o&dimensional raster. n this /open&air cathode& ray tube,/ the *amiliar electron gun, control grid, de*lection coils, and phosphor screen o* the +-T have been replaced by a laser light source, electro optic light modulator, beam de*lection and a di**using

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The ne% laser TV technology combines that %ith #. $ac% Coatin& Layer energy e**iciency, price advantage and the *act that • nhibition o* ?(idi0ation. the laser TVs %ill be hal* the %eight and depth o* • Absorption o* Daylight. plasma TVs. Employing lasers as its light source, '. (resnel Lens this rear&pro9ection TV is said to have *ast response • A lens consisting o* a number o* smaller times and vivid color representation. Laser color lenses arranged to give a *lat sur*ace o* short television ,in short, Laser TV., or Laser color video *ocal length ,!#,666 Lenses. . display utili0es t%o or more individually modulated optical ,laser. rays o* di**erent colors to produce a ). !eflection Layer combined spot that is scanned and pro9ected across • mage @ro9ection. the image plane by a polygon&mirror system or less *. Tint Layer e**ectively by optoelectronic means to produce a • AlacB luminance control. color&television display. The special case o* one ray reduces the system to a monochromatic display as, +. Diffusion Layer *or e(ample, in blacB&and&%hite television. This • luminance control. principle applies to a display as %ell as to a ,*ront or • -esolving Vie%ing Angle. rear. pro9ection techni'ue %ith lasers ,a laser video pro9ector.. ". ,ard Coatin& Layer • Sur*ace @rotection. Lasers may become an ideal replacement *or the UnliBe +onventional pro9ector, %e can en9oy U4@ lamps %hich are currently in use in pro9ection *avorite movie on daylight %ith Laser Display. display devices such as rear pro9ection TV and *ront UnliBe +onventional pro9ector, no need to change pro9ectors. L> claims a li*etime o* 3C,666 hour *or lamp anymore. Laser Display, %e can en9oy more their laser pro9ector, compared to !6,666 hours *or a than 3C,666 hours i.e 8 hours a day !D years. U4@. +urrent televisions are capable o* displaying only 867 o* the color gamut that humans can potentially perceive. +ategory 4ome AV A Laser TV re'uires lasers in three distinct 1odel Name 4E+T?&>L %avelengths red, green, and blue. <hile red laser Native -esolution !6E6p,!536(!6E6. diodes are commercially available, there are no Arightness,ANS . !C6 nit ,!66/ Typical.

commercially available green laser diodes %hich can provide the re'uired po%er at room temperature %ith an ade'uate li*etime. nstead *re'uency doubling can be used to provide the green %avelengths. Several types o* lasers can be used as the *re'uency doubled sources; *ibre lasers, inter cavity doubled lasers, e(ternal cavity doubled lasers, eV+SELs, and ?@SLs ,?ptically @umped Semiconductor Lasers.. Among the inter cavity doubled lasers V+SELs have sho%n much promise and potential to be the basis *or a mass&produced *re'uency doubled laser. The blue laser diodes became openly available around 36!6. A VE+SEL is a vertical cavity, and is composed o* t%o mirrors. ?n top o* one o* them is a diode as the active medium. These lasers combine high overall e**iciency %ith good beam 'uality. The light *rom the high po%er -&laser diodes is converted into visible light by means o* e(tra&cavity %aveguided second harmonic generation. Laser& pulses %ith about !6 B40 repetition rate and various lengths are sent to a Digital 1icromirror Device %here each mirror directs the pulse either onto screen or into the dump. Aecause the %avelengths are Bno%n all coatings can be optimi0ed to reduce re*lections. -. Conclusion:>ood image 'uality has been obtained %ith e(peri& mental laser display systems, and satis*actory progress screen is being made. -esolution e'uivalent to a +-T television display has already been demonstrated, and much better per*ormance appears *easible. Also %e have seen the speci*ication o* laser TV display and %orBing o* Jne% laser displayK. !eference:!. /Laser display seminar,/ n*ormation Display, vol. C, #"&"C, 1ayILune !5"E. 1ay !5"C. 3. Easton, -. A., 1arBin 3. Easton, -. A., 1arBin, L,, and Sobel, A., /Sub9ective brightness a very& short&persistence television display compared to one #. AaBer, +. E., and -ugari, A. D., /A large&screen display techni'ue,/ n*ormation Display, vol. #, pp. #D&8", Apr. !5"". L. ?pt. Soc. Am., vol. C", pp. !66!&!665, Aug. !5"".