CN104182104A - Touch control plate - Google Patents

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CN104182104A
CN104182104A CN 201310300864 CN201310300864A CN104182104A CN 104182104 A CN104182104 A CN 104182104A CN 201310300864 CN201310300864 CN 201310300864 CN 201310300864 A CN201310300864 A CN 201310300864A CN 104182104 A CN104182104 A CN 104182104A
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林姿伶
陈国兴
苏振豪
叶政谚
陈昱廷
刘锦璋
苏国彰
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The invention discloses a touch control plate provided with a central area and a surrounding area located on at least one side of the central area. The touch control plate comprises a first sensing electrode. The first sensing electrode comprises a plurality of first sub-electrodes and a plurality of second sub-electrodes. The first sub-electrodes are arranged in the central area, and the second sub-electrodes are arranged in the surrounding area. The image density of the second sub-electrodes in the surrounding area is larger than that of the first sub-electrodes in the central area, so that the coupling capacitance effect formed by the sub-electrodes in the surrounding area is larger than the coupling capacitance effect formed by the sub-electrodes in the central area, the touch control identification effect of the surrounding area is further improved, and the linearity of the surrounding area in the touch control operation is improved.

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触控板 touchpad

技术领域 FIELD

[0001] 本发明涉及一种触控板,特别涉及一种具有在周围区的子电极图案密度大于中央区的子电极图案密度的触控板。 [0001] The present invention relates to a touch panel, particularly to a sub-electrode having the pattern density of the peripheral region is greater than a sub-electrode pattern density at the central region of the touchpad.

背景技术 Background technique

[0002] 触控板的技术发展非常多样化,目前比较常见的技术包括电阻式、电容式以及光学式等。 [0002] The touch panel technology is very diverse, currently more common techniques include resistive, capacitive and optical type. 其中电容式触控板由于具有高准确率、多点触控、高耐用性以及高触控解析度等特点,已成为目前中高阶消费性电子产品使用的主流触控技术。 In which the capacitive touch panel due to its high accuracy, multi-touch, high durability, and high-resolution touch features, has become the mainstream touch technology in high-end consumer electronics products use. 电容式触控板的操作原理是使用感应电极来检测触控点位的电容变化,并利用不同方向轴上连接各个电极的连接线将信号传回而完成定位。 The operating principle of the capacitive touch panel is the use of sensing electrodes to detect a change in capacitance of the touch points and with different axis directions wire connection of each electrode to complete the signal back positioning. 在一般的电容式触控板中,位于边缘区的子电极会被边缘切割得不完整,且与其相邻的子电极数目也小于位于中央区的子电极。 In a typical capacitive touch panel, the sub-electrode is located at the edge region of the cutting edge is not complete, the number of sub-electrodes adjacent thereto and also smaller than in the central region of the sub-electrodes. 因此,位于边缘区的子电极所产生的耦合电容效应会比中央区的子电极小,进而影响到边缘区的触控辨识效果以及由边缘区与中央区在触控操作时的线性度差异。 Thus, the effector coupling capacitor electrodes located on the edge region of the produced will be smaller than the central region of the sub-electrodes, thereby affecting the effect of the edges touch recognition region and the edge region of linearity differences of the center region when the touch operation.

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[0003] 本发明的目的在于提供一种触控板,利用将周围区的子电极图案密度设计成大于中央区的子电极图案密度,达到提高周围区的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区在触控操作时的线性度的目的。 [0003] The object of the present invention is to provide a touch panel using the sub-electrode pattern density of the peripheral region is larger than the designed sub-electrode pattern density at the central region, to achieve the effect of improving the touch recognition and to improve the peripheral region around the contact region linearity control purposes during operation.

[0004] 本发明提供一种触控板,具有一中央区以及一周围区位于中央区的至少一侧。 [0004] The present invention provides a touch panel having a central region and at least one side of a central region of the peripheral region. 触控板包括一第一感测电极。 The touch panel includes a first sensing electrodes. 第一感测电极包括多个第一子电极以及多个第二子电极。 First sensing electrode comprises a plurality of first sub-electrodes and a second plurality of sub-electrodes. 第一子电极是设置在中央区,且第二子电极是设置在周围区。 The first sub-electrodes are disposed in the central region, and the second sub-electrodes are provided on the peripheral region. 第二子电极在周围区的图案密度大于第一子电极在中央区的图案密度。 The second sub-electrode pattern density of the peripheral region is greater than the density of the first sub-electrode patterns in the central region.

[0005] 本发明的触控板利用将周围区的子电极图案密度设计成大于中央区的子电极图案密度,使得周围区的子电极之间所形成的耦合电容效应大于或等于中央区的子电极之间所形成的耦合电容效应,进而达到提高周围区的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区在触控操作时的线性度等目的。 The effect of coupling capacitance formed [0005] The touch panel of the present invention utilizes sub-electrode pattern density of the peripheral region is larger than the designed sub-electrode pattern density at the central region, so that the region between the sub-electrodes surrounding the central region is greater than or equal to the sub- effect of coupling capacitance formed between the electrodes, and thus to improve the effect of touch recognition area and around the purpose of improving linearity when the touch operation of the peripheral region.

附图说明 BRIEF DESCRIPTION

[0006]图1所示为本发明的第一优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel according to the first preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in [0006] Embodiment 1 FIG.

[0007] 图2所示为本发明的第一优选实施例的触控板的部分放大示意图。 Part of a touch panel shown in the first preferred embodiment of the present invention [0007] FIG. 2 an enlarged schematic view.

[0008] 图3为沿图2中A-A'剖线所绘示的剖视图。 [0008] FIG. 2 FIG. 3 taken along A-A 'cross-sectional view illustrating the sectional line depicted.

[0009] 图4为沿图2中B-B'剖线所绘示的剖视图。 [0009] FIG 4 FIG 2 along the B-B 'cross-sectional view illustrating the sectional line depicted.

[0010] 图5A、图5B以及图5C所示为本发明的触控板的子电极的局部示意图。 [0010] FIGS. 5A, 5B, and a partial schematic diagram of the sub-electrodes in FIG. 5C touch panel of the present invention.

[0011]图6所示为本发明的第二优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel according to a second preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in [0011] FIG. 6 embodiment.

[0012] 图7为沿图6中C-C'剖线所绘示的剖视图。 [0012] FIG. 7 in FIG. 6 taken along C-C 'cross-sectional view illustrating the sectional line depicted.

[0013] 图8为沿图6中D-D'剖线所绘示的剖视图。 [0013] FIG. 6 FIG. 8 taken along D-D 'cross-sectional view illustrating the sectional line depicted.

[0014] 图9所示为本发明的第三优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the third preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in [0014] FIG. 9 embodiment.

[0015] 图10为沿图9中E-E'剖线所绘示的剖视图。 [0015] FIG. 9 in FIG. 10 along E-E 'cross-sectional view illustrating the sectional line depicted.

[0016] 图11所示为本发明的第四优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the fourth preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in [0016] FIG. 11 embodiment.

[0017] 图12所示为本发明的第五优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of a fifth preferred embodiment of the present invention shown in [0017] FIG. 12 embodiment.

[0018]图13所示为本发明的第六优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the sixth preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in [0018] FIG. 13 embodiment.

[0019]图14所示为本发明的第七优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the embodiment [0019] FIG. 14 shown a seventh preferred embodiment of the present invention.

[0020]图15所示为本发明的第八优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of an eighth preferred embodiment of the present invention is shown in [0020] FIG. 15 embodiment.

[0021] 图16所示为本发明的第九优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of a ninth preferred embodiment of the present invention shown in [0021] FIG. 16 embodiment.

[0022]图17所示为本发明的第十优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the embodiment [0022] FIG 17 a tenth preferred embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG.

[0023]图18所示为本发明的第i^一优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the first embodiment shown i ^ the present invention is preferably a [0023] 18 embodiment of FIG.

[0024]图19所示为本发明的第十二优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of a twelfth preferred embodiment of the present invention shown in [0024] FIG. 19 embodiment.

[0025] 图20所示为本发明的第十三优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a thirteenth embodiment of the touch panel of the present invention illustrated preferred [0025] embodiment of FIG. 20.

[0026] 图21所示为本发明的第十四优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a fourteenth embodiment of a touch panel of the present invention illustrated preferred [0026] embodiment of FIG. 21.

[0027] 图22所示为本发明的第十五优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the embodiment [0027] FIG. 22 is preferably a fifteenth embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG.

[0028]图23所示为本发明的第十六优选实施例的触控板的示意图。 A schematic view of a touch panel of the embodiment [0028] FIG. 23 is preferably a sixteenth embodiment of the present invention shown in FIG.

[0029] 其中,附图标记说明如下: [0029] wherein reference numerals as follows:

[0030] 101-106触控板 111第一基底 [0030] The touch panel 111 of the first substrate 101-106

[0031] 112第二基底 120第一感测电极 [0031] The second substrate 112 of the first sensing electrode 120

[0032] 120A第一子电极 120B第二子电极 [0032] 120A of the first sub-electrode of the second sub-electrode 120B

[0033] 120C第一连接线 12IX第一轴向电极 [0033] 120C connected to a first line of the first axial electrode 12IX

[0034] 122X第一轴向电极 123C第一连接线 [0034] 122X first axial electrode 123C of the first connection line

[0035] 130第二感测电极 130A第三子电极 [0035] The second sensing electrode 130 of the third sub-electrode 130A

[0036] 130B第四子电极 130C第二连接线 [0036] 130B fourth sub-electrode connected to a second line 130C

[0037] 130G缺口 13IY第二轴向电极 [0037] 130G gap electrode second axis 13IY

[0038] 132C第二连接线 132Y第二轴向电极 [0038] 132C connected to a second electrode of the second axial line 132Y

[0039] 133C第二连接线 140绝缘层 [0039] 133C connected to a second insulating layer 140 lines

[0040] 140P绝缘块 150第一走线 [0040] 140P insulating block 150 first traces

[0041] 160第二走线 180粘着层 [0041] 160 second adhesive layer 180 traces

[0042] 190装饰层 201-209触控板 [0042] The decorative layer 190 201-209 touchpad

[0043] 220第一感测电极 220A第一子电极 [0043] The first sensing electrode 220 of the first sub-electrodes 220A

[0044] 220B第二子电极 225第一感测电极 [0044] 220B of the second sub-electrode 225 of the first sensing electrodes

[0045] 225B第二子电极 230第二感测电极 [0045] 225B of the second sub-electrode 230 of the second sensing electrodes

[0046] 230A第三子电极 230B第四子电极 [0046] 230A of the third fourth sub-electrode sub-electrode 230B

[0047] 231H第一中空区 232H第二中空区 [0047] 231H 232H second hollow region a first hollow region

[0048] 234第二感测电极 234B第四子电极 [0048] The second sensing electrode 234 of the fourth sub-electrode 234B

[0049] 235第二感测电极 235B第四子电极 [0049] The second sensing electrode 235 of the fourth sub-electrode 235B

[0050] 235H第二中空区 239第二感测电极[0051 ] 239B第四子电极250第一走线 [0050] 235H second hollow region 239 of the second sensing electrode [0051] 239B fourth sub-electrode 250 first traces

[0052] 258第一走线260第二走线 [0052] A first trace 258 of the second wiring 260

[0053] 263第二走线 268第二走线 [0053] 263 second 268 second trace trace

[0054] 270第三走线 278第三走线 [0054] The third trace 270 third trace 278

[0055] 300触控板 L对称直线 [0055] The touch panel 300 L-symmetrical linear

[0056] Rl中央区 R2周围区 [0056] Rl region surrounding the central region R2

[0057] Wl宽度 W2宽度 [0057] Wl W2 Width Width

[0058] W3宽度 X行方向 [0058] W3 row width in the X direction

[0059] Y列方向 Z垂直投影方向 [0059] Y in the column direction perpendicular to the projection direction Z

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[0060] 为使熟习本发明所属技术领域的技术人员能进一步了解本发明,下文特列举本发明的数个优选实施例,并配合附图,详细说明本发明的构成内容。 [0060] Technical Field to enable those skilled in the art the present invention pertains further understanding of the invention, hereinafter Laid include several preferred embodiments of the present invention and the accompanying drawings, detailed description of the present invention is configured.

[0061] 如图1到图4所示,本发明的第一优选实施例的触控板101具有一中央区Rl以及一周围区R2,且周围区R2位于中央区Rl的至少一侧。 [0061] FIG. 1 to FIG, touch panel according to a first preferred embodiment of the present invention, FIG 4101 having a central region and a peripheral region R2 Rl, R2 and the peripheral region on at least one side of the center region Rl. 本实施例的周围区R2位于中央区Rl的两侧,但本发明并不以此为限而可视需要使周围区R2围绕中央区Rl的四周或使周围区R2仅与中央区Rl的部分边缘相邻设置。 The peripheral region R2 of the present embodiment is located at both sides of the center region Rl, but the present invention is not limited thereto and that the peripheral region R2 optionally form around the central area of ​​the surrounding region Rl or R2 only the central portion of the region Rl disposed adjacent to the edge. 触控板101包括一第一基底111、一第一感测电极120以及一第二感测电极130。 The touch panel 101 includes a first substrate 111, a first sensing electrode 120 and a second sensing electrode 130. 第一感测电极120与第二感测电极130设置在第一基底111上。 The first sensing electrode 120 and the second sensing electrode 130 disposed on the first substrate 111. 第一基底111可包括玻璃基底、硬质覆盖板(cover lens)、塑胶基底、柔性覆盖板、柔性塑胶基底、薄玻璃基底或一顯示器的基底,其中,上述覆蓋板至少在一側設置有一裝飾層(圖未示),而上述顯示器的基底可為一液晶顯示器的彩色濾光基底或一有機發光顯示器的封裝蓋。 The first substrate 111 may include a glass substrate, a rigid cover plate (cover lens), plastic substrate, a flexible cover plate, a flexible plastic substrate, the thin glass substrate or a display substrate, wherein said cover plate is provided at least on one side with a decorative layer (not shown), and said display is a color filter substrate may be a substrate of a liquid crystal display or an organic light emitting display package cover. 第一感测电极120包括多个第一子电极120A以及多个第二子电极120B。 The first sensing electrode 120 includes a plurality of first sub-electrodes 120A and a plurality of second sub-electrodes 120B. 第一子电极120A设置在中央区R1,且第二子电极120B设置在周围区R2。 The first sub-electrodes 120A disposed in the central region R1, and the second sub-electrode 120B disposed in the peripheral region R2. 第二感测电极130与第一感测电极120未直接电连接,也可说第二感测电极130与第一感测电极120电绝缘。 The second sensing electrode 130 is not directly electrically connected to the first sensing electrode 120, it can be said second sensing electrode 130 is electrically insulated from the first sensing electrode 120. 第二感测电极130包括多个第三子电极130A以及多个第四子电极130B。 The second sensing electrode 130 includes a plurality of third sub-electrodes 130A and a plurality of fourth sub-electrodes 130B. 第三子电极130A设置在中央区R1,且第四子电极130B设置在周围区R2。 The third sub-electrode 130A disposed in the central region R1, and the fourth sub-electrodes 130B provided on the peripheral region R2. 各第三子电极130A在中央区Rl的设置位置异于各第一子电极120A的设置位置,且各第三子电极130A与各第一子电极120A电绝缘。 Each of the third sub-electrode 130A is different from the first sub-set position of each electrode 120A at the position of the center of the region Rl, and each of the third sub-electrodes 130A and 120A each of the first sub-electrodes electrically insulated. 各第四子电极130B在周围区R2的设置位置异于各第二子电极120B的设置位置,且各第四子电极130B与各第二子电极120B电绝缘。 Each of the fourth sub-electrodes 130B different from each second sub-electrode 120B disposed in a position around the installation position of the region R2, and each of the fourth sub-electrodes 130B and 120B electrically insulating each of the second sub-electrode. 在本实施例中,各第一子电极120A与各第三子电极130A在中央区Rl彼此互相交错排列设置,且各第二子电极120B与各第四子电极130B在周围区R2彼此互相交错排列设置,但并不以此为限。 In the present embodiment, each of the first sub-electrodes 120A and 130A Rl each of the third sub-electrodes are arranged staggered to each other in the central region, and each second sub-electrode 120B and the electrode 130B R2 each fourth sub-interleaved with each other in the peripheral region They are arranged, but not limited thereto. 在同样的一单位面积大小中,例如lcmX2cm或3cmX3cm的面积大小中,第二子电极120B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第一子电极120A在中央区Rl的图案密度,且第四子电极130B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第三子电极130A在中央区Rl的图案密度。 In a unit area of ​​the same size, for example, the area or size lcmX2cm 3cmX3cm, the second sub-electrode 120B in the pattern density of the peripheral region R2 of the sub-electrode is greater than the first density in the central region patterns 120A Rl, and the fourth sub-electrode 130B in the pattern density of the peripheral region R2 is larger than the pattern density of the third sub-electrode 130A in the central region Rl. 当给予第一感测电极120或第二感测电极130 —驱动信号时,此种设计可以使得第二子电极120B与第四子电极130B之间在周围区R2所形成的边缘(fringe)电容大于或等于第一子电极120A与第三子电极130A之间在中央区Rl所形成的边缘电容。 When administered first sensing electrodes 120 or the second sensing electrodes 130 - When a drive signal, such that the edge can be designed in the peripheral region R2 is formed between the second and the fourth sub-electrode sub-electrode 120B 130B (fringe) capacitance greater than or equal to a first sub-fringe capacitance between the electrodes 120A and 130A in the center of the third sub-electrode formed region Rl. 在本实施例中,各第一子电极120A的面积优选大于各第二子电极120B的面积,且各第三子电极130A的面积优选大于各第四子电极130B的面积,但并不以此为限。 In the present embodiment, the first sub-area of ​​each electrode 120A is preferably larger than the area of ​​each of the second sub-electrode 120B, and the third sub-area of ​​each electrode 130A is preferably greater than the area of ​​each of the fourth sub-electrode 130B, but is not limit. 举例来说,本实施例的第一子电极120A与第三子电极130A可为图案大体上相同的菱形电极垫,第二子电极120B可为第一子电极120A的四分之一大小的菱形电极垫,而第四子电极130B可为第三子电极130A的四分之一大小的菱形电极垫,但并不以此为限。 For example, the first sub-electrode embodiment 120A of the present embodiment and the third sub-electrode pattern 130A may be substantially the same diamond-shaped electrode pad, the second sub-electrode may be a first sub-electrode 120B 120A of quarter-sized diamond electrode pad and the fourth sub-electrode 130B can be a quarter of the size of the diamond electrode pads of the third sub-electrode 130A, but is not limited thereto. 在同样的单位面积大小中,由于第二子电极120B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第一子电极120A在中央区Rl的图案密度,且第四子电极130B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第三子电极130A在中央区Rl的图案密度,故当触控板101的中央区Rl与周围区R2被相同触碰物例如手指以相同触碰面积接触时,第二子电极120B与第四子电极130B之间在周围区R2所形成的边缘电容效应会大于或等于第一子电极120A与第三子电极130A之间在中央区Rl所形成的边缘电容效应。 In the same size unit area, since the second sub-electrode 120B in the pattern density of the peripheral region R2 is larger than the first sub-electrode pattern density in the central region 120A Rl, and 130B in the fourth sub-electrode pattern density of the peripheral region R2 is larger than three sub-electrode pattern density in the central region 130A of Rl, so that when the central region of the touch panel 101 and the peripheral region Rl R2 are the same, for example, a finger touches the touch area, the second sub-electrode 120B and the fourth sub same touch object capacitance effect between the edge of the electrode 130B formed in the peripheral region R2 will be greater than or equal to the first edge sub-capacitive effect between the third sub-electrode 120A and the electrode 130A in the central region is formed Rl. 因此,在触控板101的边缘即使第二子电极120B与第四子电极130B会被边缘切割得不完整,但其所形成的电容效应仍会与中央区Rl接近,故可提高周围区R2的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区R2在触控操作时的线性度,进而使得周围区R2与中央区Rl的触控线性度可比较相近。 Thus, the edge of the pad 101 even if the second sub-electrode 120B and the electrode 130B is the fourth sub-cutting edge is not complete, but still formed therefrom capacitive effect close to the central region Rl, it can increase the peripheral region R2 touch recognition results and improve the linearity of the touch operation in the peripheral region R2, and further such that the peripheral region R2 of the central area of ​​the touch linearity Rl may be relatively close. 值得说明的是,此处的线性度是指触控板实际接触点与解析点之间的相似性,也就是说此线性度是定义为触控板的实际平均输出特性曲线对最佳直线间的偏差状况。 It should be noted that, here refers to the linearity of the similarity between the actual point of contact with the touch panel analysis point, that this linearity is defined as the actual average output of the touch panel of the straight line characteristic of the preferred the bias conditions. 线性度越佳代表触控解析越准确,而中央区Rl与周围区R2的线性度状况越接近,除了可代表触控板的触控定位效果的一致性比较好外,也可节省为了边缘线性度不佳而需进行的额外补偿运算。 The better the linearity of the touch Representative analytical more accurate, but the linearity of the health center region Rl and R2 is closer to the peripheral region, in addition to the effect of the positioning consistency may represent the touch panel of the touch better, but also can be saved to a linear edge of additional compensation to poor operation to be carried out.

[0062] 进一步说明,如图1到图4所示,本实施例的触控板101可包括多条第一轴向电极121X、多条第一轴向电极122X、多条第二轴向电极131Y以及多条第二轴向电极132Y。 [0062] further illustrated in FIG. 1 to FIG. 4, the touch panel 101 of this embodiment may include a plurality of first axis electrodes 121X, 122X plurality of first axis electrodes, a plurality of second axis electrodes 131Y and a plurality of second axis electrodes 132Y. 第一轴向电极121X与第一轴向电极122X分别沿一行方向X延伸设置,而第二轴向电极131X与第二轴向电极132X分别沿一列方向Y延伸设置。 The first axial electrode 121X and 122X, respectively, the first axial electrode extending along a row direction X, and the second axial electrode 131X and 132X respectively second axis Y electrodes extending in a direction. 此外,触控板101可包括多个第一连接线120C与多个第二连接线130C。 Further, the touch panel 101 may include a plurality of first connection lines and a plurality of second connection lines 120C 130C. 第一连接线120C用以连接在行方向X上相邻的第一子电极120A或/与第二子电极120B,而第二连接线130C用以连接在列方向Y上相邻的第三子电极130A或/与第四子电极130B。 The first sub-electrode of the first connection line 120A to 120C connected to the adjacent row direction X or / and the second sub-electrode 120B, 130C and a second connection line for connecting adjacent in the column direction Y of the third sub electrode 130A or / and the fourth sub-electrode 130B. 也就是说,第一轴向电极121X由在行方向X上相邻的第一子电极120A与第二子电极120B以及第一连接线120C所构成,第一轴向电极122X由在行方向X上相邻的第二子电极120B以及第一连接线120C所构成,第二轴向电极131X由在列方向Y上相邻的第三子电极130A与第四子电极130B以及第二连接线130C所构成,第二轴向电极132X由在列方向Y上相邻的第四子电极130B以及第二连接线130C所构成。 That is, the first axial electrode 121X adjacent in the row direction X by the first sub-electrodes 120A and 120B and the second sub-electrode connected to a first line 120C are constituted by a first axis in the row direction X electrode 122X a second sub-electrodes adjacent a first connection line 120B and 120C are constituted by a second axis electrode 131X in the column direction of the Y sub-electrode adjacent to the third and the fourth sub-electrodes 130A and 130B connected to a second line 130C the configuration, the second axial electrode 132X formed in the column direction Y by the fourth sub-electrodes adjacent to the second connection line 130B and 130C. 在第一轴向电极121X中,各第一子电极120A在行方向X上与至少一第一子电极120A或第二子电极120B相邻设置并电连接,且至少一第一子电极120A以并联方式与至少部分的第二子电极120B电连接。 121X in the first axial electrode disposed on the first sub-electrodes 120A in the row direction X and the at least one first sub-electrodes 120A or 120B adjacent to the second sub-electrode and electrically connected, and at least a first sub-electrodes 120A to connected in parallel with the second sub-electrode is at least partially electrically 120B. 在第二轴向电极131X中,各第三子电极130A在列方向Y上与至少一第三子电极130A或第四子电极130B相邻设置并电连接,且至少一第三子电极130A以并联方式与至少部分的第四子电极130B电连接。 The second axial electrode 131X, each of the third sub-electrodes 130A arranged in the column direction Y and at least one third sub-electrode 130A or 130B adjacent to the fourth sub-electrodes and electrically connected, and at least a third sub-electrodes 130A to connected in parallel to the fourth sub-electrode is at least partially electrically 130B. 也就是说,第一子电极120A与第二子电极120B通过第一连接线120C在行方向X上电连接,且第三子电极130A与第四子电极130B通过第二连接线130C在列方向Y上电连接。 That is, the first sub-electrodes 120A and 120B X on the second sub-electrode 120C is electrically connected through a first connection line in the row direction, and the third sub-electrodes 130A and 130B of the fourth sub-electrodes in a column direction by a second connection line 130C Y electrically connected. 值得说明的是,本实施例的第一轴向电极121X与第一轴向电极122X优选为触控信号传递电极,而第二轴向电极131X与第二轴向电极132X优选为触控信号接收电极,用以进行互电容式(mutual capacitive)触控感测,但并不以此为限。 It should be noted that the first axial electrode 121X according to the present embodiment is preferably the first axial electrode 122X touch signal transmission electrode, a second electrode axis and the second axis electrodes 132X 131X preferably touch signal is received electrodes for performing touch sensing mutual capacitance (mutual capacitive), but is not limited thereto. 在本发明的其他优选实施例中,也可视需要使第一轴向电极121X与第一轴向电极122X为触控信号接收电极,并使第二轴向电极131X与第二轴向电极132X为触控信号传递电极,用以搭配进行互电容式触控感测。 In other preferred embodiments of the present invention, optionally also the first axis electrodes 121X and 122X of the first axial electrode touch signal receiving electrode, and the second axial electrode second axis electrodes 132X and 131X transmitting a touch signal electrode to interoperate with the capacitive touch sensing. 此外,在本实施例中,相邻但位于不同行的第二子电极120B可通过第一走线150彼此相连,而相邻但位于不同列的第四子电极130B可通过第二走线160彼此相连,借此达到减少触控信号处理组件(图未示)所需频道(channel)数目的目的,但并不以此为限。 Further, in the present embodiment, but in different adjacent rows of the second sub-electrode 120B through the first traces 150 connected to each other, but the fourth adjacent sub-electrodes 130B may be located in different columns by a second trace 160 connected to each other, whereby the purpose of reducing touch signal processing components (not shown) of the desired channel (channel) number, but is not limited thereto.

[0063] 在本实施例中,触控板101可还包括一绝缘层140设置在各第一连接线120C与各第二连接线130C之间,用以电绝缘各第一连接线120C与各第二连接线130C。 [0063] In the present embodiment, the touch panel 101 may further include a first insulating layer 140 is provided on each respective first connection lines connected to the respective line 120C between the second connection line 130C, 120C for electrically insulating each a second connection line 130C. 第一感测电极120、第二感测电极130、第一连接线120C、第二连接线130C以及绝缘层140设置在第一基底111上,且第一连接线120C设置在绝缘层140与第一基底111之间。 The first sensing electrode 120, the second sensing electrode 130, a first connection line 120C, 130C and the second connection line insulating layer 140 disposed on the first substrate 111, and the first connection line 120C is provided with the first insulating layer 140 a substrate 111 between. 绝缘层140在垂直在第一基底111的一垂直投影方向Z上至少部分暴露出第一连接线120C,用以使第一电极120A与第二子电极120B可与未被绝缘层140覆盖的第一连接线120C接触而形成电连接。 Insulating layer 140 in a vertical projection in a direction perpendicular to the first substrate 111 to expose at least a portion of the Z first connection line 120C, 120A to the first electrode and the second sub-electrode 120B may be covered with a first insulating layer 140 is not contacting a connection line 120C electrically connected. 本实施例的绝缘层140可包括多个绝缘块140P设置在各第一连接线120C与各第二连接线130C之间,但本发明并不以此为限。 Insulating layer 140 of the present embodiment may include a plurality of insulating blocks 140P is disposed between the first connection lines and second connection lines of each 120C 130C, but the present invention is not limited thereto. 在本发明的其他优选实施例中也可视需要使用整面式的绝缘层覆盖第一连接线120C并以在绝缘层中设置接触孔洞的方式使第一连接线120C可与对应的第一子电极120A或第二子电极120B接触形成电连接。 Examples also optionally use the entire surface of the insulating layer covers the first type is connected to line 120C and a contact hole in the insulating layer in a way that the first sub-120C may correspond to a first connection line in another preferred embodiment of the present invention electrode 120A or the second sub-electrode is electrically connected to the contact 120B. 在本实施例中,第一子电极120A、第二子电极120B、第三子电极130A以及第四子电极130B可包括透明导电材料或金属网格(metal mesh)。 In the present embodiment, the first sub-electrodes 120A, 120B of the second sub-electrode, the third sub-electrodes 130A and 130B of the fourth sub-electrode may include a transparent conductive material or a metallic mesh (metal mesh). 举例来说,如图5A、图5B以及图5C所示,上述的金属网格可以包括各种尺寸相同或大小形状不拘的连续几何形状堆栈,例如图5A中所示的菱形图案、图5B中所示的正方形或矩形图案以及图5C中所示的六角形图案。 For example, in FIG. 5A, FIG 5B and the metallic mesh may include the same size and shape of various sizes or informal continuous stack geometry, for example a diamond pattern shown in FIG. 5A, 5B, 5C in FIG. square or rectangular pattern, and a hexagonal pattern shown in FIG. 5C in FIG. 本发明所举的金属网格的形状并不限在图5、图5B以及图5C所示的形状,而可视需要使用其他规则形状或不规则形状的金属网格,也可以由弦波金属网格图案或其他金属网格图案所构成。 For the present invention, the shape of the metal mesh shape is not limited, and FIG. 5C and FIG. 5, FIG. 5B, and optionally other regular or irregular shapes of metal mesh, the metal may be a sine wave other metal grid pattern or mesh pattern formed. 此外,上述的透明导电材料可包括氧化铟锡(indium tin oxide, ITO)、氧化铟锋(indium zinc oxide, IZ0)、氧化招锌(aluminum zinc oxide, AZO)或其他适合的透明导电材料。 Further, the transparent conductive material may include indium tin oxide (indium tin oxide, ITO), indium Feng (indium zinc oxide, IZ0), strokes zinc oxide (aluminum zinc oxide, AZO), or other suitable transparent conductive material. 值得说明的是,如图2到图4所示,第一连接线120C与第二连接线130C可包括透明导电材料或金属导电材料。 It should be noted that, in FIG. 2 to FIG. 4, the first connection lines and second connection lines 120C 130C may include a transparent conductive material or a metallic conductive material. 举例来说,本实施例的第二连接线130C、第三子电极130A以及第四子电极130B可由相同的材料例如透明导电材料一并形成,故可借此达到制造工艺简化的效果,但并不以此为限。 For example, the same second connection line 130C of the present embodiment, the third sub-electrodes 130A and 130B of the fourth sub-electrode material such as a transparent conductive material may be formed together, whereby it can achieve the effect of simplified manufacturing process, but It is not limited thereto.

[0064] 还请注意,由于本发明是在周围区R2设置面积相对比较小的第二子电极120B与第四子电极130B且在中央区设置面积相对比较大的第一子电极120A与第三子电极130A。 [0064] Note also that, since the present invention is a relatively small installation area R2 of the second sub-electrode 120B and the electrode 130B around the fourth sub-region and a central region disposed in the relatively large area of ​​a first electrode 120A and the third sub- sub-electrode 130A. 因此,相比较于传统采用全面相同大小的大面积子电极或小面积子电极设计来说,本发明可在电阻、电容以及两者乘积等特性上获得最均衡的表现,故可避免某些电特性上比较极端表现造成设计搭配上的困扰。 Thus, compared to large or small area of ​​the sub-electrodes the sub-electrodes using a conventional design of the same size overall, the present invention can be obtained most balanced performance in resistance, capacitance and both the product properties, it can prevent certain electrical resulting in the characteristic design with the troubled extreme performance.

[0065] 下文将针对本发明的不同实施样态进行说明,且为简化说明,以下说明主要针对各实施例不同的部分进行详述,而不再对相同的部分作重复赘述。 [0065] Hereinafter will be different embodiments of the present invention will be described like state, and to simplify the explanation, the following description mainly for portions different from the embodiments described in detail, the same will not be repeated for the repeated portion. 此外,本发明的各实施例中相同的组件是以相同的标号进行标示,用以方便在各实施例间互相对照。 Further, various embodiments of the present invention the same components are designated the same reference numerals performed for the convenience of the embodiment controls between each other embodiments.

[0066] 如图6到图8所示,本发明的第二优选实施例提供一触控板102。 [0066] FIG. 6 to FIG. 8, a second preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 102. 与上述第一优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板102还包括多个第二连接线132C,用以连接在列方向Y上相邻的第三子电极130A或/与第四子电极130B。 Where different embodiments of the first preferred embodiment in that, the touch panel 102 further includes a plurality of second connection lines 132C, for connecting the third sub-electrode in the column direction or Y adjacent 130A / 130B and the fourth sub-electrode . 本实施例的第二连接线132C优选与第三子电极130A以及第四子电极130B以不同工艺所形成。 A second connecting line and the third sub-electrode is preferably 132C 130A 130B and the fourth sub-electrode of the present embodiment formed with different process. 举例来说,第三子电极130A以及第四子电极130B优选以透明度比较高的透明导电材料所形成,而第二连接线132C优选以电阻率比较低的金属导电材料所形成,用以达到降低阻抗的效果。 For example, the third sub-electrodes 130A and 130B of the fourth sub-electrode is preferably relatively high transparency of the transparent conductive material is formed, and a second connection line 132C is preferably relatively low resistivity conductive metal material formed to achieve reduction the effect of impedance. 此外,本实施例的绝缘层140可部分覆盖第一子电极120A、第二子电极120B、第三子电极130A以及第四子电极130B,用以避免不同触控信号之间产生干扰。 Further, the insulating layer 140 of the present embodiment may partially cover the first sub-electrodes 120A, 120B of the second sub-electrode, the third sub-electrodes 130A and 130B of the fourth sub-electrodes, in order to avoid interference between the different sensing signals. 本实施例的触控板102除了第二连接线132C之外,其余各部件的设置位置、材料特性以及触控信号驱动方式与上述第一优选实施例相似,故在此并不再赘述。 The touch panel 102 of the present embodiment except the second connection line 132C, the rest position of each member of the set, and a touch signal drives the material properties of the first preferred embodiment similar to the embodiment, and thus will not be repeated.

[0067] 如图9与图10所示,本发明的第三优选实施例提供一触控板103。 [0067] FIG. 9 and FIG. 10, a third preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 103. 与上述第二优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板103还包括多个第一连接线123C与多个第二连接线133C。 Where different embodiments of the second preferred embodiment is characterized in that the touch panel 103 further includes a plurality of first connection lines and a plurality of second connection lines 123C 133C. 第一连接线123C用以连接在行方向X上相邻的第一子电极120A或/与第二子电极120B,而第二连接线133C用以连接在列方向Y上相邻的第三子电极130A或/与第四子电极130B。 The first sub-electrode of the first connection line 120A to 123C connected to the adjacent row direction X or / and the second sub-electrode 120B, 133C and a second connection line for connecting adjacent in the column direction Y of the third sub electrode 130A or / and the fourth sub-electrode 130B. 第二连接线133C设置在绝缘层140与第一基底111之间。 A second connection line 133C is disposed between the first insulating layer 140 and the substrate 111. 第一连接线120C以及第二连接线133C可由相同材料以同一工艺形成,而第一连接线123C与第二连接线132C可由相同材料以另外一工艺形成,借此可降低当单一工艺发生问题时所造成的影响,达到提升整体合格率的效果。 A first connection line 120C and a second connection line 133C may be formed of the same material in the same process, and the first connection line 123C and the second connection line 132C may be formed of the same material in another process, whereby problems may be reduced when a single process the impact caused, to enhance the overall pass rate effect.

[0068] 如图11所示,本发明的第四优选实施例提供一触控板104。 , A fourth preferred embodiment of the present invention [0068] Figure 11 provides a touch panel 104. 与上述第一优选实施例不同的地方在于,在触控板104中,各第一轴向电极122X彼此电分离,且各第二轴向电极132Y彼此电分离,借此可达到提升周围区R2触控解析度的效果。 Where different embodiments of the first preferred embodiment is characterized in that the touch panel 104, each of the first axis electrodes electrically separated from each other 122X, 132Y and the second axis electrodes electrically separated from each other, thereby lifting up to the peripheral region R2 touch-resolution effect.

[0069] 如图12所不,本发明的第五优选实施例提供一触控板105。 [0069] FIG. 12 is not, a fifth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 105. 与上述第一优选实施例不同的地方在于,在触控板105中,至少一第三子电极130A具有一缺口130G围绕相邻的第二子电极120B,借此可避免第一轴向电极122X与第二轴向电极131Y交错处影响第二子电极120B沿行方向X的排列状况。 Where different embodiments of the first preferred embodiment is characterized in that the touch panel 105, at least a third sub-electrode sub-electrode 130A having a second notch 120B 130G adjacent surrounding, can be avoided whereby the first axis electrode 122X Effect of sub-status of the second electrode 120B are arranged in the row direction X and the second axis electrodes 131Y interleave.

[0070] 如图13所示,本发明的第六优选实施例提供一触控板106。 As shown in [0070] 13, a sixth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 106. 与上述第一优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板106还包括一第二基底112以及一粘着层180。 Where different embodiments of the first preferred embodiment in that, the touch panel 106 further includes a second substrate 112 and an adhesion layer 180. 第二基底112与第一基底111相对设置。 The second substrate 112 disposed opposite to the first substrate 111. 第二基底112與第一基板111至少其中的一種可包括硬质基底或柔性基底,例如玻璃基底、硬质覆盖板(cover lens)、塑胶基底、柔性覆盖板、柔性塑胶基底、薄玻璃基底或一顯示器的基底,其中,上述覆蓋板至少在一側設置有一裝飾層190,而上述顯示器的基底可為一液晶顯示器的彩色濾光基底或一有機發光顯示器的封裝蓋。 Wherein the at least one second substrate 112 and the first substrate 111 may include a hard substrate or a flexible substrate, such as a glass substrate, a rigid cover plate (cover lens), plastic substrate, a flexible cover plate, a flexible plastic substrate, a glass substrate or thin a display substrate, wherein said cover plate is provided at least on one side with a decorative layer 190, and said display is a color filter substrate may be a substrate of a liquid crystal display or an organic light emitting display package cover. 在本实施例中,第一感测电极120与第二感测电极130优选设置在不同的基底上。 In the present embodiment, the first sensing electrode 120 and the second sensing electrode 130 is preferably disposed on different substrates. 也就是说,第一感测电极120可设置在第一基底111上,而第二感测电极130可设置在第二基底112上,并通过粘着层180黏合第一基底111与第二基底112,但并不以此为限。 That is, the first sensing electrode 120 may be disposed on the first substrate 111 and the second sensing electrodes 130 may be disposed on the second substrate 112, and 180 through the adhesive layer bonding the first substrate 111 and the second substrate 112 but it is not limited thereto. 值得说明的是,本实施例的第一感测电极120与第二感测电极130设置在不同的方式可视需要与上述各实施例以及后续各实施例进行搭配组合。 It should be noted that the first sensing electrode 120 of the present embodiment and the second sensing electrode 130 disposed in a different manner and optionally the above-described embodiment and subsequent embodiments to mix and match.

[0071] 如图14所示,本发明的第七优选实施例的触控板201具有中央区Rl以及周围区R2,且周围区R2位于中央区Rl的两侧,但并不以此为限。 [0071] 14, a seventh preferred embodiment of the present invention, the touch panel 201 of the embodiment having a central region and a peripheral region R2 Rl, R2 and a peripheral region located at both sides of the central region Rl, but not limited to . 触控板201包括一第一感测电极220以及一第二感测电极230。 The touch panel 201 includes a first sensing electrode 220 and a second sensing electrode 230. 第一感测电极220包括多个第一子电极220A以及多个第二子电极220B。 The first sensing electrode 220 includes a plurality of first sub-electrodes 220A and a plurality of second sub-electrodes 220B. 第一子电极220A设置在中央区Rl,且第二子电极220B设置在周围区R2。 The first sub-electrodes 220A disposed in the central region Rl, and the second sub-electrode 220B disposed around the region R2. 第二感测电极230包括多个第三子电极230A以及多个第四子电极230B。 Second sensing electrode 230 includes a plurality of third sub-electrodes 230A and a plurality of fourth sub-electrodes 230B. 第三子电极230A设置在中央区R1,且第四子电极230B设置在周围区R2。 The third sub-electrode 230A disposed in the central region R1, and the fourth sub-electrodes 230B provided on the peripheral region R2. 各第三子电极230A具有多个第一中空区231H沿列方向Y排列设置,各第四子电极230B具有多个第二中空区232H沿列方向Y排列设置,第一子电极220A设置在第一中空区231H内,且第二子电极220B设置在第二中空区232H内,其中各第一中空区231H在各第一子电极220A与各第二子电极220B间可分别设置有虚拟电极(图中未示),而各第二中空区232H在各第三子电极230A、各第四子电极230B之间也可分别设有虚拟电极(图中未示),且各虚拟电极分别与相邻的各电极220A、220B、230A、230B间相互绝缘。 Each of the third sub-electrode 230A 231H having a plurality of column direction Y are arranged a first hollow space, a fourth sub-electrodes each having a plurality of second hollow region 230B 232H are arranged in the column direction Y, the first sub-electrodes 220A provided in the first 231H within a hollow area, and the second sub-electrode 220B disposed in the second hollow region 232H, 231H wherein each of the first hollow region in the first sub-electrodes 220A and 220B between each of the second sub-electrode may be respectively provided with a dummy electrode ( not shown), and each of the second hollow region 232H in each of the third sub-electrode 230A, 230B between the fourth sub-electrodes are dummy electrodes may be provided (not shown), and each of the dummy electrodes and the phase adjacent each electrode 220A, 220B, 230A, 230B insulated from each other. 换句话说,第一子电极220A、第二子电极220B、第三子电极230A、第四子电极230B以及虚拟电极在垂直投影方向Z上未互相重叠,故触控板201可不需设置桥接线而达到制造工艺与结构简化的效果。 In other words, the first sub-electrodes 220A, 220B of the second sub-electrode, the third sub-electrodes 230A, 230B and a fourth sub-electrodes dummy electrodes do not overlap each other in the vertical projection direction Z, so that the touch panel 201 may be provided without bridge connection and a manufacturing process and achieve a simplified structure. 在本实施例中,各第三子电极230A在行方向X上的宽度Wl优选大体上相等于各第四子电极230B在行方向Y上的宽度W2,但并不以此为限。 In the present embodiment, preferably substantially the width Wl of each of the third sub-electrode 230A in the row direction X is equal to the width W2 of the electrode 230B of each fourth sub row direction Y, but not limited thereto. 此外,触控板201可还包括多个第一走线250与多个第二走线260。 Further, the touch panel 201 may further include a first plurality of traces 250 and a plurality of second traces 260. 各第一走线250与一第一子电极220A电连接,且各第二走线260与一第二子电极220B电连接。 First traces 250 electrically connected to a first sub-electrode 220A, and each second trace 260 is connected to a second sub-electrode 220B.

[0072] 值得说明的是,第二子电极220B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第一子电极220A在中央区Rl的图案密度,用以使第二子电极220B与第四子电极230B之间在周围区R2所形成的边缘电容大于第一子电极220A与第三子电极230A之间在中央区Rl所形成的边缘电容。 [0072] It should be noted that the second sub-electrode 220B in the peripheral region R2 is larger than the pattern density of the first sub-electrode pattern 220A density in the central region of Rl, 220B for the second and the fourth sub-electrode sub-electrode 230B between fringe capacitance in the peripheral region R2 is formed larger than the first sub-fringe capacitance between the electrodes 220A and 230A in the center of the third sub-electrode formed region Rl. 在本实施例中,各第一子电极220A的面积优选大于各第二子电极220B的面积,但并不以此为限。 In the present embodiment, each of the first sub-electrode 220A is preferably greater than the area of ​​the area of ​​each of the second sub-electrode 220B, but not limited thereto. 由于第二子电极220B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第一子电极220A在中央区Rl的图案密度,故当触控板201的中央区Rl与周围区R2被相同触碰物例如手指以相同触碰面积接触时,第二子电极220B与第四子电极230B之间在周围区R2所形成的边缘电容效应会大于或等于第一子电极220A与第三子电极230A之间在中央区Rl所形成的边缘电容效应,故可提高周围区R2的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区R2在触控操作时的线性度,进而使得周围区R2与中央区Rl的触控线性度可比较相近。 Since the second sub-electrode 220B in the pattern density of the peripheral region R2 is larger than the first sub-electrode pattern density in the central region 220A of Rl, Rl so that when the central region and the peripheral region R2 of the touch panel 201 is the same as the same touch object such as a finger when the touch area of ​​the contact, the edge effect of the second capacitor and the fourth sub-electrode 220B between the sub-electrode 230B is formed in the peripheral region R2 will be greater than or equal to the first sub-region Rl at the center between the electrodes 220A and 230A of the third sub-electrode edge formed by the capacitive effect, it can improve the effect of the peripheral region R2 touch recognition and to improve the linearity of the touch operation in the peripheral region R2, and thus the linearity of the touch that the peripheral region and the central region Rl R2 may be relatively close.

[0073] 如图15所示,本发明的第八优选实施例提供一触控板202。 [0073] As shown in FIG 15, an eighth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 202. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板202还包括至少一第三走线270,且第三走线270与至少一第一子电极220A以及至少一第二子电极220B电连接,借此达到减少触控信号处理组件(图未示)所需频道数目的目的,但并不以此为限。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is characterized in that the touch panel 202 further includes at least a third trace 270 and third trace 270 and at least one first sub-electrodes 220A and 220B at least a second sub-electrodes are electrically connected , thereby to achieve reduction of the touch signal processing component (not shown) number of channels required purposes, but is not limited thereto. 本实施例的触控板202除了第三走线270之夕卜,其余各部件的设置位置、材料特性以及触控信号驱动方式与上述第七优选实施例相似,故在此并不再赘述。 The touch panel 202 of the present embodiment except the third trace 270 Bu Xi, provided the rest position of each member, and the material properties of the touch signal for driving the above-described embodiment is similar to the seventh preferred embodiment embodiment, and thus will not be repeated. 另外,本实施例的第三走线270设计不限定设在一侧的周围区R2或两侧的周围区R2。 Further, the present embodiment of the third trace design 270 is not limited to the peripheral region is provided on one side or both sides of the peripheral region R2 R2.

[0074] 如图16所示,本发明的第九优选实施例提供一触控板203。 [0074] As shown in FIG. 16, a ninth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 203. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板203包括多个第二走线263,且各第二走线263与两个第二子电极220B电连接,借此达到减少触控信号处理组件(图未示)所需频道数目的目的,但并不以此为限。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is that the touch panel 203 includes a plurality of second trace 263, second trace 263 and each of the two second sub-electrode 220B electrically connected to the touch signal thereby to achieve reduction processing component (not shown) number of channels required purposes, but is not limited thereto.

[0075] 如图17所示,本发明的第十优选实施例提供一触控板204。 [0075] 17, the tenth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 204. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板204包括第一感测电极220以及一第二感测电极234。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is that the touch panel 204 includes a first sensing electrode 220 and a second sensing electrode 234. 第二感测电极234包括多个第三子电极230A以及多个第四子电极234B。 The second sensing electrode 234 includes a plurality of third sub-electrodes 230A and a plurality of fourth sub-electrodes 234B. 第四子电极234B设置在周围区R2,且第四子电极234B在周围区R2沿列方向Y排列设置。 Fourth sub electrode region 234B provided around R2, the Y and the fourth sub-electrode 234B are arranged in the column direction in the peripheral region R2. 此外,触控板204还包括多个第二走线263,且各第二走线263与两个对应于不同第四子电极234B的第二子电极220B电连接,故借此可在不影响触控解析度的情况下达到减少走线数量的目的。 Further, the touch panel 204 further includes a second plurality of traces 263, traces 263 and each of the second and fourth sub corresponding to different two electrode 220B is electrically connected to the second sub-electrode 234B, and thereby it can not affect the where the touch resolution to achieve reduction of the number of lines to go under the object.

[0076] 如图18所示,本发明的第i^一优选实施例提供一触控板205。 [0076] As shown in FIG. 18, a preferred embodiment of the i ^ embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 205. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板205包括一第一感测电极225以及一第二感测电极235。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is that the touch panel 205 includes a first sensing electrode 225 and a second sensing electrode 235. 第一感测电极225包括多个第一子电极220A以及多个第二子电极225B,且第二子电极225B设置在周围区R2。 The first sensing electrode 225 includes a plurality of first sub-electrodes 220A and a plurality of second sub-electrodes 225B, 225B and the second sub-electrode disposed on the peripheral region R2. 第二感测电极235包括多个第三子电极230A以及多个第四子电极235B,且第四子电极235B设置在周围区R2。 Second sensing electrode 235 includes a plurality of third sub-electrodes 230A and a plurality of fourth sub-electrodes 235B, 235B and the fourth sub-electrodes disposed in the peripheral region R2. 各第四子电极235B具有多个第二中空区235H沿列方向Y排列设置,且第二子电极225B设置在第二中空区235H内。 Each of the fourth sub-electrodes 235H 235B having a plurality of column direction Y are arranged the second hollow region, and the second sub-electrode 225B disposed in the second hollow region 235H. 值得说明的是,本实施例的第二子电极225B的形状不同于第一子电极220A的形状。 It should be noted that the second sub-electrode of the present embodiment is different from the shape of the shape of the first sub-electrodes 220A, 225B of. 通过改变第二子电极225B的形状为规则或不规则形,可增加第二子电极220B与第四子电极230B之间在周围区R2所形成的边缘电容,进而达到使第二子电极220B与第四子电极230B之间在周围区R2所形成的边缘电容大于第一子电极220A与第三子电极230A之间在中央区Rl所形成的边缘电容的目的。 By changing the shape of the second sub-electrode 225B of regular or irregular shape, the second sub-electrode 220B may be increased and the fringe capacitance between the fourth sub-electrode 230B is formed in the peripheral region R2, and then to the second sub-electrode and 220B fourth sub-fringe capacitance between the electrodes in the peripheral region R2 230B is formed larger than the object edge capacitance between the electrodes 220A and 230A of the third sub-electrode is formed in the central region of the first sub-Rl. 换句话说,本实施例是通过改变第二子电极225B的形状使得第二子电极225B与第四子电极235B之间相邻的区域大小增加而达到提升所产生的边缘电容效应的目的。 In other words, the present embodiment is obtained by changing the shape of the second sub-electrode 225B so that the second sub-electrode 225B between the electrode 235B and the fourth sub-area adjacent to the edge achieve the purpose of increasing the size of the capacitive effect produced lift.

[0077] 如图19所示,本发明的第十二优选实施例提供一触控板206。 [0077] 19, a twelfth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 206. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,在触控板206中,第一子电极220A、第三子电极230A以及第一走线250沿一对称直线L而呈镜像对称,且第二子电极220B、第四子电极230B以及第二走线260沿对称直线L而呈镜像对称。 Various embodiments where the above-described seventh preferred embodiment in that the touch panel 206, the first sub-electrodes 220A, 230A and the third sub-electrode traces 250 along a first straight line L of symmetry and mirror-symmetrical, and the second sub- electrode 220B, 230B and the second electrode of the fourth sub-traces 260 along a straight line of symmetry and mirror-symmetrical L. 此外,第一走线250以及第二走线260设置在相比较于对应的第一子电极220A与对应的第二子电极220B较远离对称直线L的位置。 Further, the first trace 250 and second trace 260 disposed in the first sub-electrode 220A and the second sub-electrodes corresponding to 220B compared to the corresponding positions farther from the straight line L of symmetry.

[0078] 如图20所示,本发明的第十三优选实施例提供一触控板207。 [0078] shown in Figure 20, the thirteenth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 207. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,在触控板207中,第一子电极220A、第三子电极230A以及第一走线250沿一对称直线L而呈镜像对称,且第二子电极220B、第四子电极230B以及第二走线260沿对称直线L而呈镜像对称。 Various embodiments where the above-described seventh preferred embodiment in that the touch panel 207, the first sub-electrodes 220A, 230A and the second sub-electrode of the third sub-traces 250 along a first straight line L of symmetry and mirror-symmetrical, and electrode 220B, 230B and the second electrode of the fourth sub-traces 260 along a straight line of symmetry and mirror-symmetrical L. 此外,第一走线250以及第二走线260设置在相比较于对应的第一子电极220A与对应的第二子电极220B较接近对称直线L的位置。 Further, the first trace 250 and second trace 260 disposed at the second position of the first sub-sub-electrodes 220A and the corresponding electrodes compared to the corresponding symmetrical 220B closer to the straight line L.

[0079] 如图21所示,本发明的第十四优选实施例提供一触控板208。 As shown in [0079] FIG 21, a fourteenth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 208. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板208还包括多个第一走线258、多个第二走线268以及至少一第三走线278。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is characterized in that the touch panel 208 further includes a first plurality of traces 258, traces 268, and a second plurality of at least a third trace 278. 各第一走线258与两个对应于不同第三子电极230A的第一子电极220A电连接,各第二走线268与两个第二子电极220B电连接,且第三走线278与一个第一子电极220A以及两个第二子电极220B电连接。 The first sub-electrodes 258 and the first traces corresponding to two different 230A of the third sub-electrode 220A is electrically connected to, each of the second trace 268 is connected to the two second sub-electrode 220B, and the third trace 278 and a first two sub-electrodes 220A and 220B is electrically connected to the second sub-electrodes. 此外,第一子电极220A、第二子电极220B、第三子电极230A、第四子电极230B、第一走线250、第一走线258、第二走线268以及第三走线278沿对称直线L而呈镜像对称。 Further, the first sub-electrodes 220A, 220B of the second sub-electrode, the third sub-electrodes 230A, 230B of the fourth sub-electrode, the first trace 250, first trace 258, second trace 268 and third trace 278 in symmetry line L and mirror-symmetrical. 借此可达到减少走线数目以及缩小各第三子电极230A以及各第四子电极230B之间间距的目的。 Thereby reducing the number of traces can be achieved and the reduction of each of the third sub-electrode spacing between object 230A and 230B each of the fourth sub-electrodes.

[0080] 如图22所示,本发明的第十五优选实施例提供一触控板209。 [0080] As shown in FIG 22, a fifteenth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 209. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板209包括第一感测电极220以及一第二感测电极239。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is that the touch panel 209 includes a first sensing electrode 220 and a second sensing electrode 239. 第二感测电极239包括多个第三子电极230A以及多个第四子电极239B,且第四子电极239B设置在周围区R2。 Second sensing electrode 239 includes a plurality of third sub-electrodes 230A and a plurality of fourth sub-electrodes 239B, 239B and the fourth sub-electrodes disposed in the peripheral region R2. 各第四子电极239B具有多个第二中空区232H沿列方向Y排列设置,且第二子电极220B设置在第二中空区232H内。 Each of the fourth sub-electrodes 232H 239B having a plurality of column direction Y are arranged the second hollow region, and the second sub-electrode 220B disposed in the second hollow region 232H. 值得说明的是,本实施例的各第四子电极239B在行方向X的宽度W3优选小于各第三子电极230A在行方向X的宽度Wl,借此可增加相对应的第二子电极220B在周围区R2的设置数量与图案密度,进而提高周围区R2的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区R2在触控操作时的线性度。 It should be noted that each of the fourth sub-electrode embodiment 239B of the present embodiment in the row direction X is smaller than the width W3 of preferably each of the third sub-electrode 230A in the row direction X a width Wl, whereby the second sub-electrode 220B corresponding increase It provided the number of pattern density of the peripheral region R2, thereby increasing the peripheral region R2 of the touch recognition results and to improve the linearity of the peripheral region R2 of the touch operation.

[0081] 如图23所示,本发明的第十六优选实施例提供一触控板300。 [0081] 23, a sixteenth preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a touch panel 300. 与上述第七优选实施例不同的地方在于,触控板300仅包括第一感测电极220,故触控板用以进行自电容式触控感测,但并不以此为限。 Where the seventh embodiment differs from the above-described preferred embodiment is characterized in that only the touch panel 300 includes a first sensing electrode 220, so that a touch panel for performing the self-capacitance touch sensor, but is not limited thereto. 由于第二子电极220B在周围区R2的图案密度大于第一子电极220A在中央区Rl的图案密度,故当触控板300的中央区Rl与周围区R2被相同触碰物例如手指以相同触碰面积接触时,第二子电极220B在周围区R2所形成的耦合电容效应会大于或等于第一子电极220A在中央区Rl所形成的耦合电容效应,故可提高周围区R2的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区R2在触控操作时的线性度。 Since the second sub-electrode 220B in the peripheral region R2 is larger than the pattern density of the first sub-electrode pattern density in the central region 220A of Rl, Rl so that when the central region and the peripheral region R2 of the touch panel 300 is the same as the same touch object such as a finger when the contact area of ​​the touch, capacitive coupling effect of the second sub-electrode 220B formed in the peripheral region R2 will be greater than or equal to the first sub-electrode coupling capacitance effects in the central region Rl 220A is formed, it can improve the touch of the peripheral region R2 identification of effects and improve the linearity of the touch operation in the peripheral region R2.

[0082] 综合以上所述,本发明的触控板利用将周围区的子电极图案密度设计成大于中央区的子电极图案密度,使得周围区的子电极之间所形成的耦合电容效应大于或等于中央区的子电极之间所形成的耦合电容效应。 [0082] Based on the above said, the touch panel of the present invention utilizes sub-electrode pattern density of the peripheral region is larger than the designed sub-electrode pattern density at the central region, so that the effect of the coupling capacitance formed between the sub-electrodes surrounding region is greater than or equal to the coupling capacitance formed between the sub-electrodes effect the central zone. 因此,即使当触控板的子电极被边缘切割变得不完整,其位于边缘的子电极所形成的电容效应仍会与中央区接近,故可提高周围区的触控辨识效果以及提高周围区R2在触控操作时的线性度。 Thus, even when the touch panel is sub-electrode becomes incomplete cutting edge, capacitive effects at the edge of the sub-electrode which is formed close to the central region will therefore be improved touch recognition region and to increase the effect of the surrounding peripheral region R2 linearity of the touch operation.

[0083] 以上所述仅为本发明的优选实施例而已,并不用于限制本发明,对于本领域的技术人员来说,本发明可以有各种更改和变化。 [0083] The above description is only preferred embodiments of the present invention, it is not intended to limit the invention to those skilled in the art, the present invention may have various changes and variations. 凡在本发明的精神和原则之内,所作的任何修改、等同替换、改进等,均应包含在本发明的保护范围之内。 Any modification within the spirit and principle of the present invention, made, equivalent substitutions, improvements, etc., should be included within the scope of the present invention.

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  1. 1.一种触控板,其特征在于,具有一中央区以及一周围区位于该中央区的至少一侧,该触控板包括: 一第一感测电极,包括: 多个第一子电极,设置在该中央区;以及多个第二子电极,设置在该周围区,其中该些第二子电极在该周围区的图案密度大于该些第一子电极在该中央区的图案密度。 1. A touch panel, comprising at least one side having a central region and a peripheral region located in the central area, the touch panel comprising: a first plurality of sub-electrodes: a first sensing electrode, comprising , disposed in the central region; and a plurality of second sub-electrodes, disposed in the peripheral region, wherein the plurality of second sub-electrode pattern in the peripheral region is greater than the density of the pattern density of the plurality of first sub-electrodes in the central area.
  2. 2.根据权利要求1所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第一子电极的面积大于各该第二子电极的面积。 The touch panel according to claim 1, wherein the area of ​​each of the first sub-electrode is greater than the area of ​​each of the second sub-electrode.
  3. 3.根据权利要求1所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括: 一第二感测电极,与该第一感测电极电绝缘,该第二感测电极包括: 多个第三子电极,设置在该中央区,其中各该第三子电极在该中央区的设置位置异于各该第一子电极的设置位置,且各该第三子电极与各该第一子电极电绝缘;以及多个第四子电极,设置在该周围区,其中,各该第四子电极在该周围区的设置位置异于各该第二子电极的设置位置,且各该第四子电极与各该第二子电极电绝缘。 The touch panel according to claim 1, characterized in that, further comprising: a second sensing electrode, and the first sensing electrode electrically insulated from the second sensing electrode comprising: a plurality of third sub electrodes, disposed in the central region, wherein each of the third sub-electrode is different from the installation position of each of the first sub-electrode disposed at the center position of the area, and each of the third sub-electrode and each of the first sub-electrodes electrically insulated ; and a fourth plurality of fourth sub-electrode sub-electrodes, disposed in the peripheral region, wherein each of the fourth sub-electrode is different from the installation position of each of the second sub-electrode disposed at a position of the peripheral region, and with each of the each of the second sub-electrode is electrically insulated.
  4. 4.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,在一单位面积大小中该些第二子电极与该些第四子电极之间在该周围区所形成的边缘电容大于在一同样单位面积大小中该些第一子电极与该些第三子电极之间在该中央区所形成的边缘电容。 4. The touch panel according to claim 3, characterized in that, in the fringe capacitance between the size of a unit area of ​​the plurality of second sub-electrodes and the fourth sub-electrode formed in the peripheral region is greater than a Also the size of the unit area between the plurality of first sub-electrode and the plurality of third sub-electrode is formed in the central region of the fringe capacitance.
  5. 5.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第一子电极与各该第三子电极在该中央区彼此互相交错排列设置,且各该第二子电极与各该第四子电极在该周围区彼此互相交错排列设置。 The touch panel according to claim 3, wherein each of the first sub-electrode and each of the third sub-electrode in the central region are arranged staggered to each other, and each of the second sub-electrode and each of the in the fourth sub-electrodes surrounding area are arranged staggered one another.
  6. 6.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,该些第四子电极在该周围区的图案密度大于该些第三子电极在该中央区的图案密度。 6. The touch panel according to claim 3, wherein the plurality of fourth sub-electrode pattern density of the peripheral region is greater than the density of the plurality of third sub-pattern in the central region of the electrode.
  7. 7.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第三子电极的面积大于各该第四子电极的面积。 7. The touch panel according to claim 3, wherein the area of ​​each of the third sub-electrode is greater than the area of ​​each of the fourth sub-electrode.
  8. 8.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第一子电极在一行方向上与至少一该第一子电极或一该第二子电极相邻设置并电连接,且各该第三子电极在一列方向上与至少一该第三子电极或一该第四子电极相邻设置并电连接。 8. The touch panel according to claim 3, wherein each of the first sub-electrode of the first one or a sub-electrodes adjacent to the second sub-electrodes disposed in a row direction and electrically connected with at least, and each of the third sub-electrode and a third or a fourth sub-electrode sub-electrode disposed adjacent and electrically connected to the at least one direction.
  9. 9.根据权利要求8所述的触控板,其特征在于,至少一该第一子电极以并联方式与至少部分的该些第二子电极电连接,且至少一该第三子电极以并联方式与至少部分的该些第四子电极电连接。 9. The touch panel according to claim 8, characterized in that at least one of the first sub-electrodes connected in parallel and the plurality of second sub-electrode of at least a portion, and at least one sub-electrode in parallel to the third these are connected to the at least fourth sub-electrode portion.
  10. 10.根据权利要求8所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括多个第一连接线与多个第二连接线,其中该些第一子电极与该些第二子电极通过该些第一连接线在该行方向上电连接,且该些第三子电极与该些第四子电极通过该些第二连接线在该列方向上电连接。 10. The touch panel according to claim 8, characterized by further comprising a plurality of first connection lines and a plurality of second connection lines, wherein the plurality of first sub-electrodes and the second electrodes through the plurality of sub- a first connecting wire electrically connected to the row direction, and the plurality of third sub-electrodes and the fourth sub-electrode is electrically connected to the column direction through the second connection lines.
  11. 11.根据权利要求10所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括一绝缘层设置在各该第一连接线与各该第二连接线之间,用以电绝缘各该第一连接线与各该第二连接线。 11. The touch panel according to claim 10, characterized by further comprising an insulating layer disposed between each of the first connection lines and each of the second connection line for electrically insulating each of the first connection lines and each of the second connection line.
  12. 12.根据权利要求11所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括一第一基底,其中该第一感测电极、该第二感测电极、该些第一连接线、该些第二连接线以及该绝缘层设置在该第一基底上,且至少一该第一连接线设置在该绝缘层与该第一基底之间。 The touch panel according to claim 11, characterized by further comprising a first substrate, wherein the first sensing electrode, the second sensing electrode, the first connection lines, the plurality of second and cable insulating layer disposed on the first substrate, and at least one of the first connection line is disposed between the insulating layer and the first substrate.
  13. 13.根据权利要求12所述的触控板,其特征在于,至少一该第二连接线设置在该绝缘层与该第一基底之间。 13. The touch panel as claimed in claim 12, characterized in that at least one of the second connection line is disposed between the insulating layer and the first substrate.
  14. 14.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括一第一基底与一第二基底相对设置,其中该第一感测电极设置在该第一基底上,且该第二感测电极设置在该第二基底上。 14. A touch panel according to claim 3, characterized in that, further comprising a first substrate and a second substrate disposed opposite, wherein the first sensing electrodes disposed on the first substrate and the second a sensing electrode disposed on the second substrate.
  15. 15.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,至少一该第三子电极具有一缺口围绕相邻的该第二子电极。 15. A touch panel according to claim 3, characterized in that at least one of the third sub-electrode of the second sub-electrode having a cutout around adjacent.
  16. 16.根据权利要求3所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第三子电极具有多个第一中空区沿一列方向排列设置,各该第四子电极具有多个第二中空区沿该列方向排列设置,该些第一子电极设置在该些第一中空区内,且该些第二子电极设置在该些第二中空区内。 16. A touch panel according to claim 3, wherein each of the third sub-electrode having a first plurality of hollow regions are arranged along a column direction, each of the fourth sub-electrode having a second plurality of hollow regions along the column direction are arranged, the plurality of first sub-electrode disposed on the plurality of first hollow region, and the plurality of second sub-electrode disposed on the plurality of second hollow region.
  17. 17.根据权利要求16所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第三子电极与各该第四子电极在一行方向上具有相同的宽度。 17. The touch panel according to claim 16, wherein each of the third sub-electrode and each of the fourth sub-electrodes having the same width in the row direction.
  18. 18.根据权利要求16所述的触控板,其特征在于,各该第四子电极在一行方向的宽度小于各该第三子电极在该行方向的宽度。 18. The touch panel according to claim 16, wherein each of the fourth sub-line electrode in the width direction is smaller than a width of each of the third sub-electrode in the row direction.
  19. 19.根据权利要求16所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括多个第一走线与多个第二走线,其中各该第一走线与至少一该第一子电极电连接,各该第二走线与至少一该第二子电极电连接。 19. The touch panel according to claim 16, characterized by further comprising a plurality of first traces and the second plurality of traces, wherein each of the first trace and at least one sub-electrode is electrically connected to the first , each of the second wiring connected to at least one of the second sub-electrode.
  20. 20.根据权利要求19所述的触控板,其特征在于,该些第一子电极、该些第三子电极以及该些第一走线沿一对称直线而呈镜像对称,且该些第二子电极、该些第四子电极以及该些第二走线沿该对称直线而呈镜像对称。 20. The touch panel according to claim 19, wherein the plurality of first sub-electrodes, the plurality of third sub-first electrodes and the plurality of traces in a mirror-symmetrical symmetric straight line, and the plurality of second two sub-electrodes, the plurality of electrodes and the fourth sub-plurality of second traces along a straight line of symmetry mirror-symmetrical.
  21. 21.根据权利要求16所述的触控板,其特征在于,还包括至少一第三走线,该第三走线与至少一该第一子电极以及至少一该第二子电极电连接。 21. The touch panel according to claim 16, characterized by further comprising at least a third trace, the trace and at least a third of the first sub-electrodes and the at least one second sub-electrodes are electrically connected.
  22. 22.根据权利要求16所述的触控板,其特征在于,该些第四子电极在该周围区沿该列方向排列设置。 22. The touch panel according to claim 16, wherein the plurality of fourth sub electrode disposed in the peripheral region are arranged in the column direction.
  23. 23.根据权利要求12所述的触控板,其特征在于,該第一基底為一玻璃板、一塑膠板、一玻璃膜片、一塑膠膜片、一覆蓋板或一顯示器的基底。 23. The touch panel as claimed in claim 12, wherein the first substrate is a glass plate, a plastic plate, a glass film, a plastic film, a base plate or a cover of the display.
  24. 24.根据权利要求23所述的触控板,其特征在于,該覆蓋板至少在一側設置有一裝飾層。 24. The touch panel according to claim 23, wherein the cover plate is provided with a decorative layer at least on one side.
  25. 25.根据权利要求23所述的触控板,其特征在于,該顯示器的基底為一液晶顯示器的彩色濾光基底或一有機發光顯示器的封裝蓋。 25. The touch panel according to claim 23, wherein the display is a color filter substrate is a substrate of a liquid crystal display or an organic light emitting display package cover.
  26. 26.根据权利要求14所述的触控板,其特征在于,該第一基底及該第二基底至少其中的一種為一玻璃板、一塑膠板、一玻璃膜片、一塑膠膜片、一覆蓋板或一顯不器的基底。 26. The touch panel according to claim 14, wherein the first substrate and the second substrate is at least one of which is a glass plate, a plastic plate, a glass film, a plastic film, a covering a base plate or filter is not substantial.
  27. 27.根据权利要求26所述的触控板,其特征在于,該覆蓋板至少在一側設置有一裝飾層。 27. The touch panel according to claim 26, wherein the cover plate is provided with a decorative layer at least on one side.
  28. 28.根据权利要求26所述的触控板,其特征在于,該顯示器的基底為一液晶顯示器的彩色濾光基底或一有機發光顯示器的封裝蓋。 28. The touch panel according to claim 26, wherein the display is a color filter substrate is a substrate of a liquid crystal display or an organic light emitting display package cover.
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