Controller board drives 24-bit, passive, color LCDs

Wright, Maury; Granville, Fran
January 1997
EDN;01/02/97, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
Introduces C&S Display Systems' NTP10, a graphics-controller board that supports various terminal command sets and includes a proprietary set of graphics functions. Important applications of the board; Features; Retail price.


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