Sunday, August 15, 2010

What is Super AMOLED


Super Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode or Super AMOLED is a display technology for use in mobile devices such as mobile phones. It differs from many other display technologies in that the layer which detects touch is integrated into the screen rather than being overlaid on top. The first company known to produce display units of this type is Samsung, when it introduced its Samsung Wave mobile phone on 14 February 2010. The Samsung i9000 Galaxy S series, including the Captivate, Epic 4G, Fascinate, and Vibrant, also use this display.

Compared with the first-generation AMOLED, the Super AMOLED advantages are:

20% brighter screen
80% less sunlight reflection
20% reduced power consumption
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How to test transistors

Here is some basic info on testing transistors. Click on one of the links below.

Testing MOSFETs 1

Testing MOSFETs 2

Testing BJTs Tutorial

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

ShopJimmy UK

That's right ShopJimmy our favorite place to get the best deals on boards for LCD and Plasma TVs is soon to launch it's UK website, I personally am really excited to now have a place to send all my UK and other European customers to look for boards. I will let you know once the website fully launches with another post.