Display and compensation circuit therefor

Chih-Lung Lin (Inventor)

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Abstract

A display includes a scan line, a data line, a pixel circuit, a compensation circuit, a voltage controller, and a data line driver. The data line forms a junction with the scan line. The pixel circuit is disposed at the junction of the scan line and the data line. When the scan line and the data line are driven, the pixel circuit generates a driving current. The compensation circuit generates a comparing signal and a positioning signal based on the driving current. The voltage controller generates a reference voltage that corresponds to the positioning signal with reference to the comparing signal. The data line driver corrects an image signal based on the reference voltage, and drives the data line with the corrected image signal. A compensation circuit for the display is also disclosed.
Original languageEnglish
Patent number8354983
Publication statusPublished - 2011 Aug 25

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Display devices
Networks (circuits)
Pixels
Electric potential
Controllers
Compensation and Redress

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Patent No.: 8354983.

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Lin C-L, inventor. Display and compensation circuit therefor. 8354983. 2011 Aug 25.