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Ishii Tomoyuki, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Ueda Toshio, Kishi Tomokatsu, Tomio Shigetoshi, Asami Fumitaka: Plasma display panel, method of driving the same performing interlaced scanning, and plasma display apparatus. Fujitsu, March 12, 1997: EP0762373-A2 (114 worldwide citation)


An electrode drive circuit (22-27) performs interlaced scanning, ensuring that the phases of the sustaining pulse in odd-numbered lines and even-numbered lines L1 to L8 formed between surface discharge electrodes (X1 to X5, Y1 to Y4) are opposite to each other. When either odd-numbered lines or even ...


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Owaki Kenichi, Umeda Shozo, Furuta Hiroshi, Hirose Tadatsugu, Shimuzi Michihiro: Brightness modulation system for a plasma display device. Fujitsu, Staas & Halsey, May 27, 1975: US3886403 (23 worldwide citation)


A brightness modulation system for a plasma display panel device in which one picture element is made up of a plurality of discharge cells, the brightness levels of the plurality of discharge cells are made different from each other by impression of voltages of different phases or repetitive frequen ...


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Nagaoka Keishin, Tomio Shigetoshi, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kaneko Keiichi, Kameyama Shigeki, Kishi Tomokatsu, Sakamoto Tetsuya, Takamori Takahiro, Takagi Akihiro: Method and device for driving a plasma display panel and plasma display panel including this device. Fujitsu, March 24, 1999: EP0903719-A2 (20 worldwide citation)


A method for driving a plasma display panel applies, within a subfield among the n subfields, a narrow-width pulse having a pulse width equal to or less than 2 mu s to first electrodes (X) in order to cause an erase discharge while terminating a discharge caused between the first and second electrod ...


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Hirakawa Hitoshi, Hirose Tadatsugu, Suzuki Keizo, Naniki Hitoshi: Plasma display panel and method for driving same. Fujitsu, Hitachi, November 30, 2000: JP2000-331615 (15 worldwide citation)


PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enhance light emitting efficiency and improve luminance by reducing power consumption. SOLUTION: In a plasma display panel 1 of a four-electrode structure, a plurality of main electrodes X, Y over the entire length in the row direction of a screen are arranged in such a mann ...


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Urade Toshinori, Hirose Tadatsugu: Display system for plasma display panels. Fujitsu, Staas Halsey & Gable, October 1, 1974: US3839713 (12 worldwide citation)


A display system for plasma display panels in which X- and Y-direction electrodes are disposed in opposing relation to each other with a discharge gas sealed space being defined therebetween; a dielectric layer is coated on at least the Y-direction electrodes; a lateral discharge between adjacent X- ...


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Andoh Shizuo, Urade Toshinori, Hirose Tadatsugu: Plasma display panel. Fujitsu, Staas Halsey & Gable, April 2, 1974: US3801851 (11 worldwide citation)


A plasma display panel in which two transparent base plates are assembled together to define a discharge gas space therebetween. On each transparent base plate, a plurality of strip-like main electrodes are provided and a dielectric layer is formed to cover them and, further, third electrodes are ea ...


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Andoh Shizuo, Shirouchi Yasunari, Hirose Tadatsugu: Gas discharge panel. Fujitsu, Staas Halsey & Gable, April 9, 1974: US3803440 (11 worldwide citation)


A gas discharge panel which has a shift layer for shifting a priming fire with a surface discharge and a display layer for memory and display when a discharge is produced between opposing electrodes. An equivalent electrostatic capacitance provided by a dielectric layer coated on the shift layer is ...


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Kishi Tomokatsu, Awata Yoshimasa, Otsuka Akira, Kariya Kyoji, Hirose Tadatsugu, Tomio Shigetoshi, Kameyama Shigeki, Yoshikawa Kazuo: Drive unit for planar display. Fujitsu, December 3, 1997: EP0810576-A1 (10 worldwide citation)


A triple-electrode planar display capable of achieving further power saving has been disclosed. A drive unit is dedicated to a planar display having a display panel (1) in which cells (10) being arranged in the form of a matrix and having a memory function and discharge glow function are formed, in ...


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Hirose Tadatsugu: Self shift display panel driving system. Fujitsu, April 15, 1975: US3878430 (10 worldwide citation)


A self shift display panel driving system in which a discharge spot produced by written information is shifted by sequential switching of an impression voltage; a stationary display of the written information by the discharge spot is provided by the application of the impression voltage to a predete ...


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Ishii Tomoyuki, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Ueda Toshio, Kishi Tomokatsu, Tomio Shigetoshi, Asami Fumitaka: Plasma display panel, method of driving the same and plasma display apparatus with discharges between a scan electrode and two adjacent sustain electrodes occurring in sequence. Fujitsu, December 4, 2002: EP1262946-A2 (9 worldwide citation)


An electrode drive circuit (22-27) performs interlaced scanning, ensuring that the phases of the sustaining pulse in odd-numbered lines and even-numbered lines L1 to L8 formed between surface discharge electrodes (X1 to X5, Y1 to Y4) are opposite to each other. When either odd-numbered lines or even ...



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