In October 2019 MicroLED microdisplay developer Plessey Semiconductor announced a partnership with Compound Photonics to co-develop microLED display modules. The two companies announced today that the first fully addressable microLED display module was produced and tested.
Plessey says that this first functioning microLED prototype validates the successful bonding of Plesseyâs GaN-on-Si microLED array wafer to CP's high-performance 3.015 micron pixel 1080p backplane wafer. The module that was produced (shown above) is a 0.26" FHD monochrome native-green display.
Plessey says it expects that first samples of the 0.26" FHD display modules, integrated with display driver IC and MIPI input, will be available by summer of 2020.
Posted: Feb 13,2020 by Ron Mertens