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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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Kishi Tomokatsu, Sakamoto Tetsuya, Tomio Shigetoshi: Driving apparatus and method for a plasma display panel. Fujitsu, January 3, 2001: EP1065650-A2 (34 worldwide citation)


A driving apparatus comprises switches SW1 to Sw3, a first signal line OUTA, and a second signal line OUTB. By ON/OFF control of the switches SW1 to Sw3, the voltage of the first signal line OUTA is changed between a positive voltage (+1/2V) level, which is smaller than a voltage V to be applied to ...


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Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Kishi Tomokatsu: Method of operating a plasma display panel and a plasma display device using such a method. Fujitsu, December 3, 1997: EP0810577-A1 (32 worldwide citation)


The address discharge in a plasma display device provided with a triple-electrode surface-discharge AC plasma display panel is controlled such that a potential difference occurring across a discharge slit (211) between first and second electrodes (207, 208) selected for display is smaller than a pot ...


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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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Takayama Kunio, Sakida Koichi, Yoneda Yasushi, Awamoto Kenji, Hashimoto Yasunobu, Yoshikawa Kazuo, Kishi Tomokatsu: Drive method for plasma display panel. Fujitsu, January 19, 2001: JP2001-013911 (15 worldwide citation)


PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To realize a steady display by expanding a voltage margin of addressing.SOLUTION: Relating to a plasma display panel provided with first and second display electrodes X, Y for generating a facial discharge and an address electrode A crossing with both of display electrodes hold ...


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Kishi Tomokatsu, Sakamoto Tetsuya, Tomio Shigetoshi: Driving device, driving method, and driving circuit for plasma display panel. Fujitsu, February 28, 2002: JP2002-062844 (12 worldwide citation)


PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make a driving device simple in its circuit configuration and low in its manufacturing cost by lowering breakdown voltages of respective elements provided in the driving device.SOLUTION: This driving device is provided with a first signal line OUTA whose voltage is fluctuate ...


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Setoguchi Noriaki, Takamori Takahiro, Kishi Tomokatsu: Method of driving plasma display. Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display, April 10, 2002: EP1195739-A2 (11 worldwide citation)


A method of driving a plasma display, in which a discharge for the address action is caused to occur without fail even if the voltage of the address pulse is low and its width is narrow, is provided. In this method, a display frame comprises plural subframes, the gradation display is attained by com ...


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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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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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Takayama Kunio, Sakita Koichi, Yoneda Yasushi, Awamoto Kenji, Hashimoto Yasunobu, Yoshikawa Kazuo, Kishi Tomokatsu: Method for driving a plasma display panel. Fujitsu, January 3, 2001: EP1065646-A2 (9 worldwide citation)


A method is provided for driving a plasma display panel (1) that includes first and second display electrodes (X, Y) for generating surface discharge and address electrodes (A) that cross the display electrodes (X, Y) via a dielectric layer. In the preparation process of the addressing for forming a ...



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