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Display apparatus characterized by wiring structure










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #6864941.

In a display apparatus, a display device and an integrated circuit for driving the display device are mounted on the same substrate and are interconnected by electrodes formed on the substrate, and the substrate is connected to an external circuit by a flexible printed circuit, wherein the integrated circuit has a rectangular shape whose first side is provided with a first output terminal group and whose second side opposite the first side is provided with an input terminal group and a second output terminal group. Further, some of the output terminals in the second output terminal group provided on the second side of the integrated circuit are designated as unconnected terminals that are not used, and an input electrode group corresponding to the input terminal group is formed in such a manner as to expand into an output electrode formation area originally reserved on the substrate for the unconnected terminals.








 
 
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