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Author Hui-Chien Ko
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Department Electro-Optical Engineering
Year 2006 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English Page Count 59
Title Carbo nanotubes induced high efficiency plasma backlight panel
Keyword
  • Plasma
  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Plasma
  • Abstract We fabricated a carbon nanotubes (CNTs) induced plasma backlight panel
    (CNTs-PBP). This flat plasma panel has unique properties which are low power
    consumptions, high luminous efficiency, simple production process and low prime cost.
    Firstly we used the indium-tin-oxide (ITO) glasses as the substrate of the front and the
    rear panel. The ITO film is used for the electrodes in the light panel. The phosphor
    powder which was visible light excited and mixed with the commercial binder (BP-55),
    then screen printed on the ITO-glass substrates. In this process, we added some CNTs in
    the phosphor powder. This is the key point about the low breakdown voltage of the
    plasma generation. After fabricated the panel, we measured the luminance intensity,
    chromaticity diagram, current and voltage characteristics, emission light spectrum and the
    Paschen’s behavior of the device. Furthermore we optimized the luminance of the device
    with different methods such as adding a reflection layer behind the rear panel, mixing
    helium gas into the argon plasma and driven the prototype panel by pulse voltage. In the
    conclusion, the device has a good luminance 550 cd/m2(nits) and a low power
    consumption 1.4 W. And we also attempt this approach in a study-commercial 14-inch
    AC- PBP which fabricated in Chunghwa Picture Tubes, LTD. (CPT) while the present of
    the CNTs that increased almost 20% of the luminous efficiency at the commercial
    luminance intensity standard (10,000 cd/m2) of the backlight panel.
    Advisor Committee
  • Jeff Tsung Hui Tsai - advisor
  • Guo-Dung Su - co-chair
  • Woo-Hu Tsai - co-chair
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    Date of Defense 2007-05-18 Date of Submission 2007-05-22


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