Electroluminescence (EL)


Electroluminescence (EL) is an optical phenomenon and electrical phenomenon in which a material emits light in response to an electric current passed through it, or to a strong electric field. This is distinct from light emission resulting from heat (incandescence) from the action of chemicals (chemiluminescence), the action of sound (sonoluminescence), or other mechanical action (mechanoluminescence).

Powder phosphor-based electroluminescent panels are frequently used as backlights to liquid crystal displays. They readily provide a gentle, even illumination to the entire display while consuming relatively little electric power. This makes them convenient for battery-operated devices such as pagers, wristwatches, and computer-controlled thermostats.
Source: Wikipedia
  • Chipless first generation

    RFID tags that do not contain a silicon chip are called chipless tags. The first generation of chipless technologies did not meet open standards for use by many service providers and no attempt was made to write such standards for them. There were ma…