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Bien’s Integrated Circuit Design Lab (BICDL)
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  • Wireless Power Transfer(WPT), touch screen, finger print, RADAR, RF IC.

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An excessive current subtraction technique to improve dynamic range for touch screen panel applications

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Title
An excessive current subtraction technique to improve dynamic range for touch screen panel applications
Author
Heo, Sang HyunMa, HyunggunBien, Franklin
Keywords
Current subtraction; High voltage; Parallel operation; Touch screen
Issue Date
201606
Publisher
IEEK PUBLICATION CENTER
Citation
JOURNAL OF SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, v.16, no.3, pp.375 - 379
Abstract
A current subtraction technique with parallel operation system is proposed to remove excessive current in touch screen application. The proposed current subtraction remove the current which go into the input node of charge amplifier. The value of subtraction current is same with current when touch screen is not touched. As a result, charge amplifier output is only proportional to variation of mutual capacitor, which make dynamic rage is increased. Also, Transmitter (Tx) driving signal and subtraction driving signal are out of phase each other. Thus, noise generated in Tx is cancelled. The proposed IC is implemented in a mixed-mode 0.18-um CMOS process. Overall system is designed for touch screen panel (TSP) with 16 driving lines and 8 sensing lines. 5-V supply voltages are used in the proposed circuits. For multiple Tx driving signal, Walsh codes are used and signal frequency is 300 khz. By using proposed technique, dynamic rage is improved 36 dB.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.5573/JSTS.2016.16.3.375
ISSN
1598-1657
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