Panelview Offers AMLCD Protection with High-Volume Glass Lamination

2/20/2004 - Panelview Incorporated, a Subsidiary of White Electronic Designs Corporation (NASDAQ:WEDC) announces the availability of High Volume Glass Lamination (HVGL) as a means of protecting Active-Matrix Liquid-Crystal Displays (AMLCD) from harsh environmental conditions while optimizing contrast and viewability.

HVGL provides the superior performance of glass lamination at an affordable price. By defining an efficient process for development, Panelview maximizes throughput and reliability while offering the enhanced optical performance and ruggedization associated with military applications at reasonable cost.

Panelview’s HVGL process involves an optically matched window bonded directly to the AMLCD using a proprietary optical bonding material. The window then floats on the silicon, resulting in increased optical performance. Panelview’s HVLG is an ideal solution for applications that require high contrast in high ambient light and in extreme environments such as embedded systems and vision technology applications.

Benefits of HVGL using the proprietary bonding material versus current air-gap solutions include decreased contamination from dust or dirt particles that can degrade the end product and reduced susceptibility to fog and moisture that can result in costly replacements. Benefits of the flexible bonding material versus epoxy resin include increased performance across wider temperature ranges.

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Please contact Panelview for pricing, lead time and minimum order recommendations.

White Electronic Designs Corporation designs, develops and manufactures innovative solutions for three high technology sectors in military, industrial and commercial markets; advanced semiconductor packaging, high-density memory products and state-of-the-art microelectronic multi-chip modules for data communications and telecommunications providers, defense and aerospace system suppliers; ruggedized high-legibility flat panel display for commercial/military aircraft and ordnance delivery systems; interface storage and retrieval devices, and electromechanical assemblies for OEM's in commercial and military markets. White is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and has design and manufacturing centers in Arizona, Indiana, Oregon and Ohio. To learn more about White Electronic Designs, visit our web site at

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