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標題: 應用於主動式液晶顯示器之低偏移電壓緩衝放大器
Low-Offset Buffer Amplifier for AMLCD Applications
作者: 徐同璇
Hsu, Tung-Hsuan
關鍵字: LCD;液晶顯示器;low-offset voltage;buffer;低偏移電壓;緩衝放大器
出版社: 電機工程學系所
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The driving circuits of thin-film transistor-liquid crystal displays (TFT-LCDs) for LCD-TV and large-size LCD applications were studied.
In the first part, a high slew rate and low offset voltage buffer for TFT-LCD source driver was proposed. For LCD-TV and multimedia applications, TFT-LCD panels become larger and usually have heavy loads in scan/data lines on the array. In order to enhance driving capability of the buffer, two comparators which sense the rising and falling edges of the input waveform were used to turn on the auxiliary driving transistors to enhance charging/discharging of the output load. When the buffer is at steady-state, it consumes no extra power. On the other hand, it needs a low offset voltage to reach the high color depth. The replica-gain circuit could reduce the offset voltage and minimize affection of the mismatch transistors. The offset voltage of the novel buffer amplifier I was reduced to 4.99 mV.
In the second part, based on the buffer amplifier I, the buffer amplifier II with the improved offset voltage and output swing were proposed. The active load was adds in the replica-gain stage which could effectively reduce the offset voltage. In this part, two type buffers were designed and simulated. Type A is with the pure offset cancellation in the circuit. Type B is with the offset cancellation and slew rate enhancement functions. The output swing of the buffer amplifier II is from 0.0 to 4.9 V. The offset voltage of the type A and type B can be reduced and controlled within 0.07 mV and 0.19 mV, respectively.
Therefore, the proposed high slew rate and low offset voltage buffer has a potential to be applied to the source driver for LCD-TVs and large-size TFT-LCD monitors with high color depth and high resolution.
其他識別: U0005-0208200613152700
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