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  1. 1. A Seminar Report On “CHAMELEON CHIP” Submitted in partial fulfillment of the award of the degree of Bachelor of Technology (ECE) By V.AAJAZ BASHA Submitted toDEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING MADINA ENGINEERING COLLEGE (Affiliated to J.N.T.University, Anantapur) Kadapa-516003 2013
  2. 2. MADINA ENGINEERING COLLEGE (Affiliated to J.N.T.University, Anantapur) Kadapa-516003 2013 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING CERTIFICATEThis is to certify that the seminar report entitled “CHAMELEON CHIP” is a bonafied record submitted by V.AAJAZ BASHA bearing Reg.No.09721A0401 in partial fulfillment for the award of Degree of Bachelor of Technology in ECE for the academic year 2012-2013.SEMINAR SUPERVISOR HEAD OF DEPT.ECESENIOR FACULTY: 1) 2)
  3. 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT An endeavor of a long period can be successful only with the advice ofmany well wishers. We take this opportunity to express my deep gratitude andappreciation to all those who encouraged me for successfully completion of thetechnical seminar We wish to express our sincere gratitude to Sri Dr. S.SHARIEF BASHA,Ph.D., M.I.S.T.E Principal, Madina Engineering College, kadapa for hisconsistent help and encouragement to complete the technical seminar. We would like to thanks Sri Dr. SRINIVASULU, Ph.d, PROFESSOR,VICE PRINCIPAL of Madina Engineering College. It is our privilege to thank P. ABDUL KHAYUM M.Tech, (Ph.D.,), M.I.E,M.I.S.T.E., Head of the Department of Madina Engineering College and Professorof DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION for hisencouragement during the progress of technical seminar, for his timely suggestionsand help in spite of his busy schedule. Finally, we would like to express our sincere thanks to faculty members ofE.C.E department, batch mates, friends, and lab technicians, one and all who hashelped us to complete the technical seminar successfully. As a gesture of respect for our family members and for the support wereceived from them we are dedicating this work to them. ………. PROJECT ASSOCIATES
  4. 4. ABSTRACT Electronic projection display technology for high-brightness applicationshad its origins in the Gretag Eidophor, an oil film-based projection systemdeveloped in the early 1940s. A number of solid state technologies have challengedthe Eidophor, including CRT-addressed LCD light valves and active-matrix-addressed LCD panels. More recently, in response to various limitations of theLCD technologies,high-brightness systems have been developed based on Digitallight Processing tm technology. At the heart of the DLP tm projection display is theDigital Micromirror Device tm (DMD)tm, a semiconductor-based array of fast,reflective digital light switches that precisely control a light source using a binarypulse width modulation technique. This paper describes the design, operation, performance, and advantages ofDLP-based projection systems for high-brightness,high-resolution applications. Italso presents the current status of high-brightness products that will soon be on themarket.
  5. 5. INDEX INTRODUCTION DLP STRUCTURE DMD MODULATOR DMD MODULATOR STRUCTURE DMD CELL ARCHITECTURE ELECTRONIC OPERATION IN DMD CHIP DIFFERENT CHIP MODES IN DLP ADVANTAGES OF DLP LCD PROJECTORS LCD VS DLP PROJECTOR CONCLUSION REFERENCES

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