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David Elliott Slobodin, Jonathan Westhues: Projected capacitive touch sensing. PERCEPTIVE PIXEL, Brandon Roper, Judy Yee, Micky Minhas, March 1, 2016: US09274654 (11 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, and apparatus relate to touch sensors that are configured to measure input applied to the sensor from a user. Some implementations involve the measurement of changes in capacitance between pairs of adjacent patterned electrodes to detect input at a touch sensor.


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Pedro Luis Fernandes Marques, Miguel Angelo Magalhaes Fonseca, José Miguel Fernandes Peixoto de Oliveira, António Augusto Babo de Carvalho: Capacitive touch sensor. DISPLAX, Fish & Richardson P C, July 25, 2017: US09715319 (1 worldwide citation)

This application relates to a projected capacitive touch sensor. The sensor includes a sensor grid including one or more electrically conductive rows and two or more electrically conductive columns. The sensor further includes an adaptive circuit that receives a signal associated with a first portio ...


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Pedro Luis Fernandes Marques, Miguel Angelo Magalhaes Fonseca, José Miguel Fernandes Peixoto de Oliveira, António Augusto Babo de Carvalho: Capacitive touch sensor. Displax, Fish & Richardson P C, May 1, 2018: US09958996

A capacitive touch sensor is described. The touch sensor includes a sensor grid that includes a trace that has a trace start point and end point, is electrically conductive between the trace start point and the trace end point, is formed in one or more pairs of trace cells that each include a first ...


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Chien Ying Huang, Yen Lin Huang: In-cell multi-touch display panel system. FOCALTECH SYSTEMS, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, March 21, 2017: US09601067

An in-cell multi-touch display panel system includes a touch LCD panel and a touch display control subsystem. The touch LCD panel has a TFT layer, a conductive electrode layer, and a common-voltage and touch-driving layer. The TFT layer has K gate driving lines and L source driving lines for a displ ...


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Jia Ming He, Yaw Guang Chang, Chia Wei Hu: Touch screen and related touch sensing control circuit. HIMAX TECHNOLOGIES, Winston Hsu, Scott Margo, April 18, 2017: US09626048

Disclosed herein are touch screens that integrate touch sensing systems with display devices. The touch sensing system serves data lines and common electrodes of a driving circuitry of the display device as touch driving lines and touch sensing lines for touch sensing operations. A common electrode ...


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Hui Hung Chang, Chih Chang Lai: Zoom gesture determination method and touch control chip. NOVATEK Microelectronics, Winston Hsu, February 13, 2018: US09891758

A zoom gesture determination method for a touch control device includes detecting a first touch point and a second touch point; determining a position difference between the first touch point and the second touch point; and deciding a zoom gesture represented by the first touch point and the second ...


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Hsin Hao Wang, Yen Lin Huang: In-cell multi-touch panel system with low noise and time division multiplexing and its driving method. FOCALTECH SYSTEMS, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, January 17, 2017: US09547396

An in-cell multi-touch panel system includes: an in-cell touch display panel, a touch display control system. In a first frame time interval, the touch display control system drives the in-cell touch display panel and samples the sensing voltage from the in-cell touch display panel to determine whet ...


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Kun Pei Lee, Yu Chin Hsu, Yi Ying Lin: In-cell mutual-capacitive touch panel and trace layout thereof. Raydium Semiconductor Corporation, February 27, 2018: US09904424

An in-cell mutual-capacitive touch panel and its trace layout are disclosed. Horizontal traces of first direction touch electrode and horizontal traces of MFL electrode are disposed at both upper-side and lower-side out of an active area of in-cell mutual-capacitive touch panel respectively. The hor ...


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Pedro Luis Fernandes Marques, Miguel Angelo Magalhaes Fonseca, José Miguel Fernandes Peixoto de Oliveira, António Augusto Babo de Carvalho: Capacitive touch sensor with polarity normalization. Displax, Fish & Richardson P C, October 24, 2017: US09798432

This application relates to a projected capacitive touch sensor with polarity normalization. The sensor includes a sensor grid including one or more electrically conductive rows and one or more electrically conductive columns. The sensor further includes a first column multiplexer that is connected ...


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Natsuki Yamamoto: Organic electroluminescence module and smart device. KONICA MINOLTA, Lucas & Mercanti, May 29, 2018: US09985628

An object of the present invention is to provide an organic EL module that achieves a reduction in size and thickness, that has a high touch-sensing accuracy, and that is applicable to smart devices, and a smart device equipped with the same. The organic EL module of the present invention includes: ...