Active Matrix TFT Employs Sensors To Overcome False Touch

Peratech’s active matrix sensor uses the principles of TFT display backplanes to overcome the issues of “ghost” or false touches associated with many matrix sensors. The compatibility between TFT backplane and QTC allows active matrix connectivity to QTC touch sensors, overcoming resolution, cross-talk and ghosting issues. Furthermore, the ability to print QTC sensels in a layered construction that can be combined with the manufacture of TFT backplanes, offers a solution that is affordable in consumer applications.

 

Peratech Holdco Ltd.

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