Color performance of an MVA-LCD using an LED backlight
The color performance, including color gamut, color shift, and gamma curve, of a multidomain vertical-alignment (MVA) liquid-crystal display (LCD) using an LED backlight are calculated quantitatively. Simulation results indicate that an LED backlight exhibits better angular color uniformity and smaller color shifts than a CCFL backlight. Color gamut can be further widened and color shift reduced when using a color-sequential RGB-LED backlight without color filters, while the angular-dependent gamma curves are less influenced using different backlights. The obtained quantitative results are useful for optimizing the color performance and color management of high-end LCD monitors and LCD TVs.
Journal of the Society for Information Display
"Color performance of an MVA-LCD using an LED backlight" (2008). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 653.