Plessey and Compound Photonics prototype 0.26" full HD 1080p microLED module

February 13, 2020 //By Julien Happich
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Compound Photonics US Corporation (CP) and Plessey Semiconductors have joined their forces to deliver the first prototypes of a 0.26 inch diagonal, Full HD 1080p resolution microLED display.

The fully addressable microLED display modules result from their previously announced strategic partnership to develop and introduce GaN-on-Silicon microLED based microdisplay solutions for AR/MR applications.

CP and Plessey engineering teams have successfully fabricated functional microLED display modules combining CP’s industry-leading high speed digital low-latency display backplane with Plessey’s breakthrough GaN-on-Silicon monolithic microLED array technology.

Plessey’s team produced the microLED array wafer bonded to CP’s backplane wafer at its Plymouth, UK, facility.  In turn, CP’s team assembled and packaged display modules from the bonded wafer pair at its Phoenix, AZ, USA, facility.  Both teams are currently performing initial characterization work at CP’s Vancouver, WA, USA, facility.

“Today’s milestone achievement is a direct result of the close working relationship between Plessey and CP development teams,” commented Mike Lee, President of Corporate and Business Development at Plessey.  “This successful proof-of-concept demonstration validates both companies’ goals to produce the industry’s highest performance microLED display modules that deliver improved brightness at the smallest pixel sizes, higher frame rates, with extended bit depth at the lowest power consumption to best serve next-generation emissive display based AR/MR smart glasses and Heads-Up/Head-mounted displays (HUD/HMDs) applications.”


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