Display Driver IC
Display drivers are used in wide range of applications from large screen TVs, desktop monitors, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and automotive displays. A display driver IC acts as an interface between a microprocessor or digital systems and the display panels (i.e. LCD or OLED). Display drivers typically accept commands and data and generate signals with suitable voltage, current, and timing to make the display panel show the desired texts or images.
Variations in display panel manufacturing and packaging can cause the display panels to deviate from their target specifications, compromising uniform display quality. NVM IPs can be used in display driver ICs to store parameters for brightness levels, contrast levels, color correction tables and more to adjust for differences in chips. Additionally, by using NVM IPs in display drivers, chip designers can correct the nonuniformity in display panels. For example, smartphones’ display driver gamma curves can be individually tweaked to compensate for variations in display quality. Gamma adjustment ensures that all phones coming off the final production line have similar levels of screen brightness and color contrast, eliminating the need for additional software configurations. Given the benefits, chip designers can use NVM IPs to effectively reduce manufacturing costs and increase production yield.
Store parameters in display drivers and correct nonuniformity in display panels
Our NVM IPs can be used to adjust the gamma, contrast, and brightness of each display to ensure the consistency of final products.
Improve manufacturing yield
eMemory’s NVM IPs enable display driver IC manufacturers to reduce process variability, and sustain higher profitability.
Fully compatible with logic based processes
Our logic compatible NVM IPs can be ported to different foundries, enabling multi-foundry display driver manufacturing strategy.