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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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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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Kojima Ayahito, Kameyama Shigeki, Kuriyama Hirohito, Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Ueda Toshio: Plasma panel display apparatus. Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display, March 27, 2002: EP1191511-A2 (6 worldwide citation)


A PDP provided with means for avoiding thermal destruction and burn-in. If some or all of the screen is displaying a very bright image, either continuously or periodically, and the total light emission pulse number is judged to be sufficiently large that it may cause thermal destruction and burn in ...


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Kishi Tomokatsu C O Fujitsu Li, Yoshikawa Kazuo C O Fujitsu Li, Hirose Tadatsugu C O Fujitsu L, Kameyama Shigeki C O Fujitsu L, Otsuka Akira C O Fujitsu Limit: Drivers for flat panel displays.. Fujitsu, June 14, 1995: EP0657862-A1 (6 worldwide citation)


A flat panel display is provided which has a low withstand voltage, which is able to perform high speed line sequential scanning and to recover the power, and which is low in price. A drive unit of an AC type flat panel display having electrodes arranged in matrix form comprising; a push-pull type d ...


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Nagaoka Keishin, Tomio Shigetoshi, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kaneko Keiichi, Kameyama Shigeki, Kishi Tomokatsu, Sakamoto Tetsuya, Takamori Takahiro, Takagi Akihiro: Plasma display panel and its driving method. Fujitsu, June 12, 2003: KR1020020022258 (6 worldwide citation)


PURPOSE: A plasma display panel and its driving method are provided to improve a driving voltage margin in a process for driving the plasma display panel by changing continuously supply voltage values to the positive direction and the negative direction. CONSTITUTION: A plasma display panel includes ...


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Takagi Akihiro, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kameyama Shigeki, Kishi Tomokatsu, Setoguchi Noriaki: Plasma display panel. Fujitsu, January 19, 2001: JP2001-015038 (4 worldwide citation)


PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a display panel with high power efficiency by providing it with a plurality of X electrodes and Y electrodes extending in a second direction crossing a first direction, a high dielectric layer for covering the X electrodes and Y electrodes, and a trench that penetrat ...


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Kishi Tomokatsu, Yoshikawa Kazuo, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kameyama Shigeki, Otsuka Akira: Driver for flat panel display with two power supply circuits. Fujitsu, September 16, 1998: EP0865021-A2 (2 worldwide citation)


A driver suitable for a panel display system of the type having at least two substrates (12,13) each having electrodes (14,15) on the surface thereof arranged closely so that the electrodes intersect and face mutually, a plurality of intersections formed between the electrodes constructing cells (10 ...


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Kojima Ayahito, Kameyama Shigeki, Kuriyama Hirohito, Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Ueda Toshio: Display apparatus. Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display, August 20, 2008: EP1959418-A2 (1 worldwide citation)


A plasma display panel (PDP) provided with means for avoiding thermal destruction and burn-in. If some or all of the screen is displaying a very bright image, either continuously or periodically, and the total light emission pulse number is judged to be sufficiently large that it may cause thermal d ...


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Takamori Takahiro, Hirose Tadatsugu, Kameyama Shigeki, Kishi Tomokatsu: Plasma display panel. Fujitsu, September 20, 2000: EP1037249-A1 (1 worldwide citation)


A plasma display panel comprising plural kinds of phosphors, each of which emits a light having a different kind of color, separators which separate the plural kinds of phosphors and discharge cells having sustain electrode pairs (x; y) which create discharges to create the light emissions from the ...


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Kishi Tomokatsu, Kameyama Shigeki, Yoshikawa Kazuo, Otsuka Akira, Hirose Tadatsugu: Driver for flat panel display. Fujitsu, January 12, 2005: EP1496494-A2 (1 worldwide citation)


A driver circuit suitable for a panel display system of the type having at least two substrates (12, 13) each having electrodes (14, 15, 16) on the surface thereof arranged closely so that the electrodes intersect and face mutually, a plurality of intersections formed between the electrodes construc ...



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