Unique Tech Boosts Micro-LED Brightness

Picosun Group reports impressive results in boosting micro-LED performance using ALD passivation. According to Picosun, micro-LED technology has certain drawbacks that hinder full-scale commercial breakthrough. The micro-LED screen consists or minuscule pixels producing green, blue and red light. Some steps in the manufacturing process of these pixels easily cause damage to their delicate nanometer-scale structures, which leads to loss of light intensity.

 

Picosun’s ALD technology has been proven to effectively fix these damages, not only restoring the light intensity, but boosting it to newer levels. National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan, light-emitting intensity of micro-LEDs has been enhanced by 143.7% by using ALD passivation layers deposited with PICOSUN ALD equipment. For more details, visit Picosun.

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