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Questions tagged [tft]

TFT is a thin film transistor. However in common use it normally refers to a type of LCD display technology that uses thin film transistors located close to the pixels to allow higher contrast and beter multiplexing than passive LCD displays.

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ILI9341 with STM32 SPI troubles

I am trying to interface with an SPI ILI9341 screen using an STM32 microcontroller. I know there are a whole lot of things that can go wrong with these interfaces, and I've spent an awful lot of time ...
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What is TFT driver SSD1963 data voltage

I recently bought a TFT module driven by SSD1963 I have experience on t6963 and ks0108 and by a quick look it seems ok to make a MCU interface to ATMega128. What is confusing to me is the difference ...
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Graphics LCD - how to avoid flicker?

I have a generic question about Graphic LCDs with built-in controllers and RAM. I observe that whenever I change a large portion of the screen with say a new image or a object (or just clear the whole ...
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My 2.2" TFT LCD doesn't work (ILI9225 driver)(STM32F1)

Today I was working on this TFT LCD and I don't know why it doesn't work. This LCD is a 2.2" TFT with ILI9225 LCD driver and is connected to my STM32F1. Here is the datasheet of LCD driver: http://...