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MicroLEDs

Dawson, M.D. (2003) MicroLEDs. WO/2004/070844.

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Abstract

An array of light emitting devices, each device comprising a sloped wall mesa (24) of luminescent semiconductor material. Extending over the sloped wall mesas (24) is a metal contact (30). The array can be arranged as a parallel addressable system so that all devices (24) can be stimulated to emit light simultaneously. Alternatively, the array can be arranged as a matrix addressable array, in which case individual devices can be selectively stimulated.