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OLED

 (ō′ĕl′ē′dē′)
n.
A light-emitting diode that uses an organic compound to emit light.

[o(rganic) l(ight-)e(mitting) d(iode).]
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OLED

abbreviation for
(Electronics) organic light-emitting diode
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Noun1.OLED - a self-luminous diode (it glows when an electrical field is applied to the electrodes) that does not require backlighting or diffusers
LED, light-emitting diode - diode such that light emitted at a p-n junction is proportional to the bias current; color depends on the material used
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Unlike typical OLEDs, the PHOLED uses a new class of organometallic materials called phosphorescent emitters.
Universal Display recently announced a white PHOLED with a power efficiency of more than 30 lm/W and external quantum efficiency (EQE) of 29 % at 850 nits, which the company believes is the highest EQE reported to date.
Research will focus on a device structure that employs only two emissive PHOLED dopants, instead of the current three dopant approaches, to achieve white emission.
FOLED and PHOLED technologies can produce an item that would look like a fountain pen or a small map tube, until it was scrolled out into a display screen in vivid color, viewable from almost any angle and ready to receive transmissions just like a computer screen.
Based on work in phosphorescent OLED (PHOLED) technology by UDC and expertise in solution-based processing by DuPont, it is expected by the companies that the new OLED materials developed by the parties will have significant performance and cost advantages, thus enabling OLEDs to capture an increased market share in the fast-growing $30 billon flat panel display market.