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Multiplexing the bistable boundary layer liquid crystal display
1.Robert B. Meyer and R. N. Thurston, Appl. Phys. Lett. 43, 342 (1983).
2.R. N. Thurston, Julian Cheng, Robert B. Meyer, and Gary D. Boyd, J. Appl. Phys. (unpublished).
3.Julian Cheng, R. N. Thurston, G. D. Boyd, and R. B. Meyer, Appl. Phys. Lett. 40, 1007 (1982).
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4.and Julian Cheng, R. N. Thurston, G. D. Boyd, and R. B. Meyer, Julian Cheng, R. N. Thurston, G. D. Boyd, and R. B. Meyer, Proc. SID 24, 180 (1983).
4.Abbreviated version in Conference Record of 1982 International Display Research Conference, Cherry Hill, NJ, Oct. 19–21, 1982.
5.R. N. Thurston, Julian Cheng, and G. D. Boyd, J. Appl. Phys. 53, 4463 (1982).
6.M. G. Clark, Microelectron. J. 12, No. 3, 26 (1981).
7.This statement is based on the assumption that the pels respond to the rms voltage, which is strictly valid only if is short compared with the director reorientation time under elastic torques alone.
8.The simulated multiplexing in the dual‐frequency material but without the hf burst was so slow that no data were taken.
9.This material was kindly supplied by Dr. M. G. Clark of RSRE. Its experimentally determined in the present cell was about 2.8 V at 1 kHz.
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