LCD panel characterization by measuring full Jones matrix of individual pixels using polarization-sensitive digital holographic microscopy

  • Park J
  • Yu H
  • Park J
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Abstract

We present measurements of the full Jones matrix of individual pixels in a liquid-crystal display (LCD) panel. Employing a polarization-sensitive digital holographic microscopy based on Mach-Zehnder interferometry, the complex amplitudes of the light passing through individual LCD pixels are precisely measured with respect to orthogonal bases of polarization states, from which the full Jones matrix components of individual pixels are obtained. We also measure the changes in the Jones matrix of individual LCD pixels with respect to an applied bias. In addition, the complex optical responses of a LCD panel with respect to arbitrary polarization states of incident light were characterized from the measured Jones matrix.

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Authors

  • Jongchan Park

  • Hyeonseung Yu

  • Jung-Hoon Park

  • YongKeun Park

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