In this webinar you will learn the top three tips that will help you to avoid bad layout designs and reach a working PCB-based touch sensor faster with the minimum iterations needed.
Capacitive touch sensors are designed and then must be tested in the lab to ensure a reliable operation in a variety of conditions. In this webinar you will learn how SENSE can help you design and run the same kind of tests while working remotely.
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Is Metal Mesh the next big thing of the touchscreen industry? Well, with a 2X rise of demand for ITO alternatives in the last 3 years, with Metal Mesh being the most preferred one, the answer is definitely yes.
On March 29, Dr. Vasilis Zagkanas hosted a private webcast explaining how you can simulate your own pattern effortlessly with SENSE. He showed how to import your proprietary CAD sensor design on Sense and how to run the simulations in just a few minutes.
In this walk through we are going to show you how to design a touch screen for a typical smartphone, using the simulation software SENSE.
We will first design the outline, then the electrode pattern and finally the stack up model of the touch screen. For Analysis and Results, please visit the relevant walkthrough.
In this walk through we are going to set up the simulation of a touch screen for a typical smartphone, using the simulation software SENSE.
Continuing from tutorial “#1. Creating the Geometry.”
In this walkthrough, we will show you how to analyze the simulation results we have received for resistance and, mainly, capacitance, during the previous steps.
Continuing from tutorial “#2. Setting-up the Simulation”