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Alan G Knapp, Neil C Bird: Active matrix electroluminescent display devices. U S Philips Corporation, Aaron Waxler, April 16, 2002: US06373454 (330 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has an array of current-driven electroluminescent display elements (


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Alan G Knapp: Fingerprint sensing device and recognition system having predetermined electrode activation. U S Philips Corporation, Richard A Weiss, June 28, 1994: US05325442 (288 worldwide citation)

A Fingerprint sensing device and a recognition system having a row/column array of sense elements which are coupled to a drive circuit and a sense circuit by sets of row and column conductors, respectively. The sense elements are actively addressable by the drive circuit. Each sense element contains ...


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John M Shannon, Alan G Knapp: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, April 1, 2003: US06542138 (222 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device in which the drive current through an electroluminescent display element (


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John M Shannon, Alan G Knapp: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, February 17, 2004: US06693610 (158 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device in which the drive current through an electroluminescent display element (


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Alan G Knapp, John M Shannon: Optical touch input device. U S Philips Corporation, William L Botjer, November 17, 1998: US05838308 (152 worldwide citation)

An optical touch input device comprises an array of actively addressed sensing elements (18) for sensing a light input, e.g. from a light pen, each of which comprises a capacitor (25) which is charged periodically through operation of a switch device (24) and a discharge circuit, including a photose ...


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Alan G Knapp, Iain M Hunter: Active matrix electroluminescent display device. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, October 31, 2006: US07129914 (147 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has an array of pixels (10), each pixel having a plurality of current-driven display elements (11a–d), for example comprising organic electroluminescent material, connected in a series arrangement with one another and with drive means (12) operable ...


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Alan G Knapp: Touch sensor array systems and display systems incorporating such. U S Philips Corporation, Jack D Slobod, December 14, 1993: US05270711 (119 worldwide citation)

A touch sensor array system comprises an array of sensor elements (12) each actively addressable by means of a switch device (16), for example two terminal devices such as diodes or MIMs, or TFTs, controlled by a driver circuit (22) to load a predetermined charge into a capacitor (14) of the element ...


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Alan G Knapp, Neil C Bird: Active matrix electroluminescent display devices. U S Philips Corporation, Aaron Waxler, March 19, 2002: US06359605 (99 worldwide citation)

An active matrix electroluminescent display device has an array of current—driven electroluminescent display elements (


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Cornelis Van Berkel, Neil C Bird, Oliver S Davies, Martin J Edwards, John M Shannon, Alan G Knapp: Image sensor with transparent capacitive regions. U S Philips Corporation, Edward W Goodman, September 20, 1994: US05349174 (80 worldwide citation)

The image sensor (1a) has a transparent substrate (2) supporting a two dimensional array (3) of photosensitive and switching elements (4) with switching signal conductors (5) and data signal conductors (6) connected to the photosensitive and switching elements (4) for enabling individual photosensit ...


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Alan G Knapp, John M Shannon, Alexander D Annis, Jeremy N Sandoe: Active matrix display device and method of driving such. U S Philips Corporation, Robert J Kraus, November 4, 1997: US05684501 (69 worldwide citation)

In an active matrix display device having an army of electro-optic, e.g. liquid crystal, display elements (12) which are each connected in series with a two-terminal non-linear device (15), such as a MIM type thin film diode, between associated row and column address conductors (16,17), and are driv ...