KAIST Researchers Develop Anisotropic Conductive Film That Improves Ultra-Fine Pitch Assemblies In High-Res Display

KAIST Anisotropic Conductive Film for High Resolution Display
Proto-type production of APL ACFs. (Photo credit: KAIST)
Higher resolution display electronic devices increasingly needs ultra-fine pitch assemblies. On that account, display driver interconnection technology has become a major challenge for upscaling display electronics. Read more Plastic Logic’s […]
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