Liquid crystal display and method of manufacturing the same

  • US 8,044,907 B2
  • Filed: 12/06/2010
  • Issued: 10/25/2011
  • Est. Priority Date: 03/18/2003
  • Status: Active Grant
First Claim
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1. A liquid crystal display comprising:

  • a pair of substrates provided opposite to each other;

    a plurality of divisional areas which are a plurality of divisions of each pixel arranged on one of the pair of substrates, wherein a plurality of the pixels are aligned in a column between adjacent drain bus lines, and further wherein the liquid crystal display includes a plurality of said columns;

    a plurality of gate bus lines provided on said one of the substrates;

    a pixel electrode formed at each of the divisional areas;

    a first thin film transistor driving a first of the divisional areas and a second thin film transistor driving a second of the divisional areas, wherein said first and second thin film transistors are both electrically connected to the same gate bus line, and further wherein both said first divisional area and said second divisional area are located in the same one of said columns;

    liquid crystal molecules sealed between the pair of substrates; and

    a polymer, formed between said substrates, wherein said polymer determines directions in which the liquid crystal molecules tilt,wherein the pixel electrodes formed at each of the divisional areas are electrically insulated from each other or the pixel electrodes formed at each of the divisional areas are connected to each other through a high resistance, andwherein a first threshold voltage of liquid crystal molecules within said first divisional area is different from a second threshold voltage of liquid crystal molecules within said second divisional area.

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