It uses a matrix of thin film transistors (TFTs) and capacitors from which it controls the images that are generated by the display. In this, the brightness of each Pixel is controlled by modifying the electric charge of the respective capacitors.
Each pixel has a color control in it by altering the charge of the individual capacitor that emit red, green, and blue (RGB) light .
The term ” active-matrix ” refers to the active nature of capacitors in the display. Where in a passive-matrix display, its full rows of wires have to be charged to alter its individual pixels, while an active-matrix display easily controls each pixel directly.
The result of this is that you get a significantly faster response time, meaning pixels can change their state very quickly.
In practical terms, then, an active-matrix monitor can show motion and fast-moving images very clearly or clearly compared to a passive-matrix display. At the same time, fast switching of TFTs prevents the ” ghosting ” of the cursor from happening, which is a very common problem on passive-matrix screens .
Since active-matrix technology provides individual control over each pixel, active-matrix screens typically exhibit greater brightness and color over the entire screen, if we compare them to passive-matrix displays.
With so many advantages of Active Matrix Technology , active-matrix screens are most commonly used in all modern computer monitors , laptop screens, and LCD televisions.