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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 13, 2018: US09891745

An in-cell mutual-capacitive touch panel having low RC loading and its trace layout are disclosed. A first conductive layer and a second conductive layer are used as bridge of TX electrode and MFL electrode above an active area of in-cell mutual-capacitive touch panel. The second conductive layer an ...


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Yin Li, Kin Pui Ho, Kut Hing Lam: Methods and apparatuses for providing sensing signals for projected capacitive touch sensing using a differential current mode analog circuit. SOLOMON SYSTECH, Idea Intellectual, Margaret A Burke, Sam T Yip, November 14, 2017: US09817509

An analog front-end circuit comprising: a first current mode differential charge amplifier for a first sensing line, comprising: a unity gain buffer with current replication circuit, wherein the first sensing line current being fed to the unity gain buffer with current replication circuit to generat ...


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David Elliott Slobodin, Jonathan Westhues: Projected Capacitive Touch Sensing. Perceptive Pixel, April 28, 2011: US20110096025-A1

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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SLOBODIN DAVID ELLIOTT: Projected capacitive touch sensing. SLOBODIN DAVID ELLIOTT, Monaldo Jeremy J, May 5, 2011: WO/2011/053656

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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Slobodin David Elliott, Westhues Jonathan: Projected Capacitive Touch Sensing. Perceptive Pixel, yu xiaoning, December 5, 2012: CN201080059534

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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PRESSURE SENSITIVE PROJECTED CAPACITIVE TOUCH SENSING. Rajkumari Mohindra, December 4, 2014: US20140354587-A1

A projected capacitive touch panel that can detect touch pressure. The cover layer of projected capacitive touch panel has protrusions with gaps that fill up partially when finger is pressed, thereby registering a large change in projected capacitance. A keyboard using such device with optional mech ...


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Rishi Mohindra, Rajkumari Mohindra: Pressure sensitive projected capacitive touch sensing. Rajkumari Mohindra, November 10, 2015: US09182864

A projected capacitive touch panel that can detect touch pressure. The cover layer of projected capacitive touch panel has protrusions with gaps that fill up partially when finger is pressed, thereby registering a large change in projected capacitance. A keyboard using such device with optional mech ...


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ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENCE MODULE AND SMART DEVICE. Konica Minolta, March 2, 2017: US20170063374-A1

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: ...


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CAPACITIVE TOUCH SENSOR. August 3, 2017: US20170220146-A1

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 ...