CN105632389B - Display panel - Google Patents

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CN105632389B
CN105632389B CN201410627622.7A CN201410627622A CN105632389B CN 105632389 B CN105632389 B CN 105632389B CN 201410627622 A CN201410627622 A CN 201410627622A CN 105632389 B CN105632389 B CN 105632389B
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The invention provides a display panel, which comprises a plurality of pixels, a plurality of scanning lines and a plurality of data lines. The pixels are arranged in an array, and the array includes a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns. The scanning lines are respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels arranged in the same row in the pixels. The data lines are respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels arranged in the same row in the pixels. The data lines are divided into a plurality of data line groups. Each data line group comprises three to more data lines in the data lines. The data line groups are respectively arranged among the pixels in the same column. The data line group is used for writing display data into the started pixels when the pixels are started.

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Display panel

Technical Field

The invention relates to a display panel.

Background

In general, in a conventional pixel arrangement method of a display panel, one data line is usually provided between pixels in the same column. The data lines are used for connecting the driving circuit and the pixels, and writing display data into the pixels when the pixels are started, so that the display panel is driven. The grid driving circuit can sequentially apply scanning signals to the scanning lines, and the source driving circuit charges the pixels by using the data lines so as to write display data into the pixels. Therefore, when the frame resolution and the frame updating frequency of the display panel are determined, the time for the gate driving circuit to sequentially turn on the pixel rows can be known. As the frame resolution and the refresh rate of the display panel become higher and higher, the time for turning on the pixel rows becomes shorter and shorter, and thus the time for charging the pixels by the source driving circuit becomes shorter and shorter. If the charging time of the pixels is insufficient, the display quality of the display panel may be affected.

Disclosure of Invention

The invention provides a display panel, wherein three or more data lines are arranged among pixels of the display panel to increase the charging speed of the pixels.

The display panel comprises a plurality of pixels, a plurality of scanning lines and a plurality of data lines. The plurality of pixels are arranged in an array, and the array comprises a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns. The scanning lines are respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels arranged in the same row in the pixels. The data lines are respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels arranged in the same row in the pixels. The data lines are divided into a plurality of data line groups. Each data line group comprises three to more data lines in the data lines. The data line groups are respectively arranged among the pixels in the same row and used for writing display data into the started pixels when the pixels are started.

In an embodiment of the invention, each of the data lines is coupled to a portion of the pixels disposed in the same row.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the data line groups, the pixels written with the display data by the three to more data lines are distributed on two sides of the three to more data lines.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the data line groups, a part of the pixels written with the display data by the three or more data lines are located in the same row.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the data line groups, at least one of the pixels written with the display data by the three to more data lines and other pixels of the pixels written with the display data by the three to more data lines are not located in the same row.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the data line groups, a part of the pixels written with the display data by the three or more data lines are located in the same column.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the data line groups, all of the pixels written with the display data by the three or more data lines are not in the same column.

In an embodiment of the invention, the scan lines are divided into a plurality of scan line groups. Each scanning line group comprises three or more scanning lines. The number of data lines included in each data line group is equal to the number of scan lines included in each scan line group.

In an embodiment of the invention, the pixels in the plurality of columns connected to the scan lines of each scan line group are turned on simultaneously.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the scanning line groups, the three or more scanning lines are adjacent to each other.

In an embodiment of the invention, in at least a part of the scan line groups, one scan line of the three to more scan lines is not adjacent to other scan lines of the three to more scan lines.

In an embodiment of the invention, the three or more scan lines are not adjacent to each other in at least a part of the scan line groups.

Based on the above, in the embodiment of the invention, at least three data lines are included between the pixels of the display panel to increase the charging speed of the pixels, and thus overcome the problem of insufficient charging time.

In order to make the aforementioned and other features and advantages of the invention more comprehensible, embodiments accompanied with figures are described in detail below.

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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a pixel of a display panel according to an embodiment of the invention;

FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of a portion of the pixels of the embodiment of FIG. 1;

FIG. 3 is a timing diagram of scan signals for driving the display panel of FIG. 1 according to an embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a pixel of a display panel according to another embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of a portion of the pixels in the embodiment of FIG. 4;

FIG. 6 is a timing diagram of scan signals for driving the display panel of FIG. 4 according to another embodiment of the present invention.

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100. 200: a display panel;

a1, A2, A3, A4, A (N-1), AN: a group of data lines;

b1, B2, B3, BY, BZ: a scanning line group;

s0, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S15, S16, S17, S (P-2), S (P-1), SP, S (Q-2), S (Q-1), SQ: a data line;

g1, G2, G3, G4, G5, G6, GM: scanning a line;

p11, P12, P13, P14, P15, P16, P1M, P21, P22, P23, P24, P25, P26, P2M, P31, P32, P33, P34, P35, P36, P3M, P41, P42, P43, P44, P45, P46, P4M, P51, P52, P53, P54, P55, P56, P5M, PN1, PN2, PN3, PN4, PN5, PN6, PNM: a pixel.

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Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram of a pixel of a display panel according to an embodiment of the invention. Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of a portion of the pixels in the embodiment of fig. 1. FIG. 3 is a timing diagram of scan signals for driving the display panel of FIG. 1 according to an embodiment of the present invention. Referring to fig. 1 to 3, in the present embodiment, the display panel 100 includes a plurality of scan lines G1 to GM, a plurality of data lines S0 to SP, and a plurality of pixels P11 to PNM, wherein M, N, P is a positive integer greater than 1. The pixels P11-PNM are arranged in a manner that includes a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns as shown in fig. 1. For example, the first column of pixels includes pixels P11, P21 through PN1, the first row of pixels includes pixels P11, P12 through P1M, and so on. In the display panel 100, the scanning lines G1 to GM are provided between the pixel columns. In the present embodiment, the scan lines G1 through GM are respectively coupled to the pixels P11 through PNM disposed in the same row. For example, the scan line G1 is coupled to the first column of pixels P11 through PN1, the scan line G2 is disposed between the first column of pixels P11 through PN1 and the second column of pixels P21 through PN2, and is coupled to the second column of pixels P21 through PN 2.

In addition, in the present embodiment, in the display panel 100, the data lines S1 to S (P-2) are provided between the pixel rows. The data lines S1 through S (P-2) are respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels disposed in a same column. For example, the data line S1 is disposed between the first row of pixels P11 to P1M and the second row of pixels P21 to P2M, and is coupled to some of the first row of pixels P11 to P1M, such as the pixels P12 and P15. The data line S2 is also disposed between the first row of pixels P11 through P1M and the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, and is coupled to some of the pixels P13 in the first row of pixels P11 through P1M. The data line S3 is also disposed between the first row of pixels P11 through P1M and the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, and is coupled to some of the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, such as the pixels P22, P25. In another embodiment, the data line S1 and the data line S2 may be coupled to different portions of the pixels in the second row of pixels P21 to P2M, and the data line S3 may be coupled to different portions of the pixels in the first row of pixels P11 to P1M according to practical design requirements, which is not limited in the disclosure.

In the present embodiment, the data lines S0 to SP are divided into a plurality of data line groups a1 to AN. In the present embodiment, each of the data line groups a1 to AN includes three data lines S0 to SP. For example, the data line group a1 includes data lines S1 to S3. The data line group AN includes, for example, data lines S0, S (P-1), SP. The data line groups a1 to a (N-1) are respectively disposed between pixels in the same column. For example, the data lines S1 to S3 are disposed between the first row of pixels P11 to P1M and the second row of pixels P21 to P2M. The data lines S0-SP are used for writing display data to the turned-on pixels when the pixels are turned on.

In the present embodiment, each of the scan lines G1 through GM is coupled to all the pixels P11 through PNM disposed in the same row. For example, the scan line G1 is coupled to the pixels P11 through PN1 in the first column, so when the scan signal of the scan line G1 is high, the pixels P11 through PN1 in the same column are turned on simultaneously. The connection relationship between the scan lines G2 to GM and the pixels is shown in fig. 1, and so on.

In addition, in the present embodiment, the data line groups a1 to AN each include three data lines. The scan lines G1 to GM are divided into a plurality of scan line groups B1 to BY corresponding to the number of data lines included in each of the data line groups a1 to AN, where Y is a positive integer greater than 1. Each of the scanning line groups B1 to BY includes three scanning lines among the scanning lines G1 to GM. As shown in fig. 3, at the same driving timing, the scanning signals corresponding to the scanning line groups are at a high level at the same time, so as to turn on the pixel rows coupled to the scanning line groups together. For example, in fig. 3, the scan signals of the scan lines G1 to G3 of the scan line group B1 are simultaneously in a high state at a driving timing. The scan signals of the scan lines G4 to G6 of the scan line group B2 are simultaneously in a high level state at another driving timing. In this embodiment, the level states of the scan signals of the remaining scan lines can be analogized, and are not described herein again.

That is, in the present embodiment, the number of data lines included in each of the data line groups a1 to AN is equal to the number of scan lines included in each of the scan line groups B1 to BY. For example, in the present embodiment, since each of the data line groups a1 to AN includes three of the data lines S0 to SP, the scan line groups B1 to BY each include a corresponding number of three scan lines. That is, the scan line group B1 includes scan lines G1 through G3. Each of the three scanning lines included in each of the scanning line groups B1-BY is used to correspondingly turn on all the pixels arranged in the same column. For example, the scan line group B1 includes scan lines G1 through G3 for turning on pixels P11 through PN1, pixels P12 through PN2, and pixels P13 through PN 3.

It should be noted that the scan line group according to the exemplary embodiment of the present invention is not limited to include adjacent scan lines. In one embodiment, the scan line group may also include any three scan lines of all the scan lines. For example, the scan line group B1 may include scan lines G1, G2, and G4. That is, in the scanning line group B1, one scanning line G4 is not adjacent to the other scanning lines G1 and G2. In the same driving timing, the scan signals of the scan lines G1, G2, and G4 are simultaneously in a high level state. In one embodiment, the scan line group B1 may also include scan lines G1, G4 and G7. That is, in the scan line group B1, all three scan lines G1, G4 and G7 are not adjacent to each other. In the same driving timing, the scan signals of the scan lines G1, G4, and G7 are simultaneously in a high level state. In other words, in the exemplary embodiment of the present invention. The scanning signals of the scanning lines in the same scanning line group are simultaneously in a high level state in the same driving timing. It should be noted that the scan lines included in the scan line group are determined according to the coupling relationship between the data line group and the pixels, and are adjusted accordingly.

Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of a portion of the pixels in the embodiment of fig. 1. In detail, referring to fig. 2, in the present embodiment, the data lines S1 to S9 are respectively coupled to some of the pixels P11 to P43 disposed in the same column. Taking the data line group a1 as an example, in fig. 2, the data line S1 is coupled to the pixel P12, the data line S2 is coupled to the pixel P13, and the data line S3 is coupled to the pixel P22. In this example, the pixels coupled to the data line group a1 are located at two sides of the data lines S1 to S3. For example, pixel P12 is on the same side as pixel P13, while pixel P12 is on a different side from pixel P22. In the present embodiment, each data line group is coupled to a portion of the pixels disposed in the same row. For example, in the first row of pixels P11-P13, the pixels P12 and P13 are coupled to the data lines S1 and S2 of the data line group a 1. In the second row of pixels P21-P23, the pixel P22 is coupled to the data line S3 of the data line group a 1. Therefore, in the embodiment of the present invention, in at least a part of the data line group, the pixels written with the display data by the data lines are distributed on both sides of the data line group.

Taking the data line group a2 as an example, in the present embodiment, the data line group a2 is disposed between the row pixels P21 to P23 and the row pixels P31 to P33. The data line S5 is coupled to the pixel P21, the data line S4 is coupled to the pixel P23, and the data line S6 is coupled to the pixel P33. As a result, in at least some of the data line groups, some of the pixels in which display data is written by the data lines are located in the same row. In other embodiments, in at least a part of the data line group, at least one of the pixels written with the display data by the line is not located in the same row as the other pixels in the pixels written with the display data by the data line. Taking this embodiment as an example, the pixels P21 to P23 and P31 to P33 on both sides of the data line group a2, the pixel P21 and the pixel P23 are located in the same row, and the pixel P31 and the pixels are located in different rows.

In this embodiment, in at least some of the data line groups, some of the pixels written with display data by the data lines are in the same column. That is, in the data line group a1, some of the pixels P12, P13, and P22, to which display data is written by the data lines S1 to S3, are in the same column, that is, the pixels P12 and P22 are in the same column. In addition, in the present embodiment, in at least some of the data line groups, all the pixels written with display data by the data lines are not located in the same column, and taking the data line group a3 as an example, among the pixels P31, P32, and P43 written with display data by the data lines S7 to S9, the pixels P31, P32, and P43 are not located in the same column.

In the embodiments of fig. 1 to 3, three data lines are included in each data line group, but the invention is not limited thereto. In other embodiments, each data line group may also include more than three data lines, for example, four data lines, as shown in the embodiment of fig. 4.

Fig. 4 is a schematic diagram of a pixel of a display panel according to another embodiment of the invention. Fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of a portion of the pixels in the embodiment of fig. 4. FIG. 6 is a timing diagram of scan signals for driving the display panel of FIG. 4 according to another embodiment of the present invention. Referring to fig. 4 to fig. 6, the display panel 200 of the present embodiment is similar to the display panel 100 of fig. 1, and the difference between the two is mainly that, in the present embodiment, each data line group includes four data lines.

Specifically, in the present embodiment, the display panel 200 includes a plurality of scan lines G1-GM, a plurality of data lines S0-SQ, and a plurality of pixels P11-PNM, wherein M, N, Q is a positive integer greater than 1. The pixels P11-PNM are arranged in a manner that includes a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns as shown in fig. 4. In the present embodiment, in the display panel 200, the data lines S1 to SQ are provided between the pixel rows. The data lines S1 to SQ are respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels disposed in the same row. For example, the data line S2 is disposed between the first row of pixels P11 to P1M and the second row of pixels P21 to P2M, and is coupled to some of the first row of pixels P11 to P1M, such as the pixels P11 and P15. The data line S3 is also disposed between the first row of pixels P11 through P1M and the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, and is coupled to some of the first row of pixels P11 through P1M, such as the pixels P12 and P16. The data line S4 is also disposed between the first row of pixels P11 through P1M and the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, and is coupled to some of the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, such as the pixels P21, P25. The data line S5 is also disposed between the first row of pixels P11 through P1M and the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, and is coupled to some of the second row of pixels P21 through P2M, such as the pixels P22, P26. In another embodiment, the data line S2 and the data line S3 may be coupled to different portions of the pixels in the second row of pixels P21 to P2M, and the data line S4 and the data line S5 may be coupled to different portions of the pixels in the first row of pixels P11 to P1M, which is not limited by the invention.

In the present embodiment, the data lines S0 to SQ are divided into a plurality of data line groups a1 to AN, where X is a positive integer greater than 1. In the present embodiment, each of the data line groups a1 to AN includes four data lines S0 to SQ. For example, the data line group a1 includes data lines S2 to S5. The data line group AN includes, for example, data lines S0, S1, S (Q-1), SQ. The data line groups a1 to a (N-1) are respectively disposed between pixels in the same column. For example, the data lines S2 to S5 are disposed between the first row of pixels P11 to P1M and the second row of pixels P21 to P2M. The data lines S0-SQ are used to write display data to the turned-on pixels when the pixels are turned on.

In the present embodiment, each of the scan lines G1 through GM is coupled to all the pixels P11 through PNM disposed in the same row. For example, the scan line G1 is coupled to the pixels P11 through PN1 in the first column, so when the scan signal of the scan line G1 is high, the pixels P11 through PN1 in the same column are turned on simultaneously. The connection relationship between the scan lines G2 to GM and the pixels is shown in fig. 1, and so on.

In addition, in the present embodiment, the data line groups a1 to AN include four data lines, respectively. The scan lines G1 through GM are divided into a plurality of scan line groups B1 through BZ corresponding to the number of data lines included in each of the data line groups a1 through AN, where Z is a positive integer greater than 1. Each of the scan line groups B1 through BZ includes four scan lines among the scan lines G1 through GM. As shown in fig. 4, at the same driving timing, the scanning signals corresponding to the scanning line groups are at the high level state at the same time, so as to turn on the pixel rows coupled to the scanning line groups together. For example, in fig. 6, the scan signals of the scan lines G1 to G4 of the scan line group B1 are simultaneously in a high state at a driving timing. The scan signals of the scan lines G5 to G8 of the scan line group B2 are simultaneously in a high level state at another driving timing. In this embodiment, the level states of the scan signals of the remaining scan lines can be analogized, and are not described herein again.

That is, in the present embodiment, the number of data lines included in each of the data line groups a1 to AN is equal to the number of scan lines included in each of the scan line groups B1 to BZ. For example, in the embodiment, since each of the data line groups a1 to AN includes four data lines of the data lines S0 to SQ, each of the scan line groups B1 to BZ includes a corresponding number of four scan lines. That is, the scan line group B1 includes scan lines G1 through G4. Each of the four scan lines included in each of the scan line groups B1-BZ is used to correspondingly turn on all the pixels disposed in the same column. For example, the scan line group B1 includes scan lines G1 through G4 for turning on pixels P11 through PN1, pixels P12 through PN2, pixels P13 through PN3, and pixels P14 through PN 4.

Fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of a portion of the pixels in the embodiment of fig. 4. In detail, referring to fig. 5, in the present embodiment, the data lines S1 to S15 are respectively coupled to some of the pixels P11 to P44 disposed in the same column. In the present embodiment, in the data line group a1, the pixels P11, P12, P21, and P22 written with display data by the data lines S2 to S5 are distributed on both sides of the data lines S2 to S5. In the present embodiment, in the data line group a1, the pixels P11 and P12 among the pixels P11, P12, P21 and P22 to which display data is written by the data lines S2 to S5 are located in the same row. In the present embodiment, in the data line group a1, the pixels P11 and P12 among the pixels P11, P12, P21 and P22 to which display data is written by the data lines S2 to S5 are not located in the same row as the pixels P21 and P22. In the present embodiment, in the data line group a1, some of the pixels P11 and P21 among the pixels P11, P12, P21 and P22 to which display data is written by the data lines S2 to S5 are located in the same column. In the exemplary embodiment of the present invention, the connection relationship between the data line group and the pixel is not limited thereto. In an embodiment, in at least a part of the data line groups, all the pixels written with the display data by the data lines may not be in the same column.

In addition, the driving method of the display panel and the operation and functions of other elements of the present embodiment can be sufficiently suggested, suggested and described in the description of the embodiments of fig. 1 to 3, and thus are not repeated herein.

It should be noted that, in the embodiments illustrated in fig. 1 and 4, the number of data lines included in the data line group is three or four, however, the embodiments of fig. 1 and 4 are not intended to limit the present invention. Any three to more data lines can be implemented in the above manner. In addition, the scan lines are adjacent scan lines, but the embodiments are not limited to the positional relationship of the scan lines, and any scan line corresponding to the number of data lines may be any scan line selected from all scan lines as a constituent element of the scan line group.

In the embodiments of fig. 4 to 6, the number of data lines included in each data line group is four, but the invention is not limited thereto. In other embodiments, each data line group may also include more than four data lines, for example, R data lines, where R is a positive integer greater than 4. In the embodiment where each data line group includes more than four data lines, the driving method of the display panel and the operation and function of the elements thereof can be sufficiently suggested, suggested and described in the description of the embodiments of fig. 1 to 6, and thus will not be described again.

In summary, in the exemplary embodiments of the invention, at least three data lines are included between the pixels of the display panel to increase the charging speed of the pixels. The driving waveform and driving timing of the scanning signal for driving the display panel are adjusted accordingly in accordance with the number of data lines of the data line group, thereby overcoming the problem of insufficient charging time.

Finally, it should be noted that: the above embodiments are only used to illustrate the technical solution of the present invention, and not to limit the same; while the invention has been described in detail and with reference to the foregoing embodiments, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that: the technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments may still be modified, or some or all of the technical features may be equivalently replaced; and the modifications or the substitutions do not make the essence of the corresponding technical solutions depart from the scope of the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present invention.

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1. A display panel, comprising:
a plurality of pixels arranged in an array, the array including a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns;
a plurality of scanning lines respectively coupled to a plurality of pixels arranged in the same row in the pixels; and
a plurality of data lines each coupled to a plurality of pixels disposed in a same column among the pixels,
wherein the data lines are divided into a plurality of data line groups, each data line group comprises three to a plurality of data lines in the data lines, the data line groups are respectively arranged between two corresponding adjacent pixel rows, at least two adjacent pixels in the pixels arranged in the same row are coupled to two non-adjacent data lines in the same data line group,
wherein the scan lines are divided into a plurality of scan line groups, each of the scan line groups includes three or more scan lines of the scan lines, the number of data lines included in each of the data line groups is equal to the number of scan lines included in each of the scan line groups, a plurality of pixels coupled to the three or more scan lines of each of the scan line groups are simultaneously turned on, and the data line groups are used to write display data to the turned-on pixels when the pixels are turned on,
wherein each of the data line groups is coupled to a plurality of pixels in two different pixel rows of the pixels, and the two different pixel rows are located at two sides of each of the data line groups,
wherein the pixels on the two different pixel rows and coupled to one of the data line groups include a first pixel, a second pixel, and a third pixel, and the first pixel and the second pixel are located in a first pixel column, and the third pixel is located in a second pixel column adjacent to the first pixel column.
2. The display panel of claim 1, wherein each of the data lines is coupled to some of the pixels disposed in a same row.
3. The display panel of claim 1, wherein a plurality of rows of pixels connected to the scan lines of each of the scan line groups are turned on simultaneously.
4. The display panel of claim 1, wherein the three or more scan lines are adjacent to each other in at least some of the scan line groups.
5. The display panel of claim 1, wherein one of the three or more scan lines is not adjacent to the other scan lines in at least some of the scan line groups.
6. The display panel of claim 1, wherein the three or more scan lines are not adjacent to each other in at least some of the scan line groups.
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