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Increased reliability of a-Si TFT's deposited on clear plastic substrates at high temperatures

Long, K. and Kattamis, A. Z. and Cheng, I. C. and Gleskova, Helena and Wagner, S. and Sturm, J. C. (2005) Increased reliability of a-Si TFT's deposited on clear plastic substrates at high temperatures. In: Device research conference digest. IEEE, pp. 141-142. ISBN 0780390407

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Abstract

In this paper, the authors have developed an a-Si TFT process on clear plastic substrates which allows direct transfer of industry a-Si TFT process on glass to plastic substrate for flexible electronics applications. The high temperature process increases the reliability of the a-Si TFT's, which is critical for OLED's where one TFT must operate in a DC condition