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Nagaoka Keishin C O Fujitsu Li, Tajima Masaya C O Fujitsu Limi, Awata Yoshimasa C O Fujitsu Li, Kanazawa Yoshikazu C O Fujitsu, Ueda Toshio C O Fujitsu Limite: Controlling the gray scale of plasma display devices.. Fujitsu, May 17, 1995: EP0653740-A2 (48 worldwide citation)


A method of controlling the gray scale of a plasma display device has a forming step of forming a frame for an image by a plurality of subframes each having a different brightness, a setting step of setting the number of sustain emissions of the each subframe individually for each subframe, and a di ...


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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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Nagaoka Keishin, Matsui Naoki, Kanazawa Yoshikazu: Plasma colour display panel and its excitation. Fujitsu, May 3, 1996: FR2726390-A1 (13 worldwide citation)


The plasma display presents an image of a block with gradations by selective combinations of sub-blocks having different degrees of luminance. Each of the sub-blocks has an addressing time and a discharge time. The formation of the wave that will perform the discharge function occupies a time betwee ...


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Kishi Tomokatsu, Uchiyama Kouichirou, Nagaoka Keishin, Takamori Takahiro: Plasma display apparatus and driving method. Fujitsu, October 25, 2000: EP1047042-A2 (8 worldwide citation)


In a reset period after a sustain discharge period, erase discharges are done by applying pulse voltages having different waveforms in the first erase discharge period for an ON cell turned on in the preceding sustain discharge period and in the second erase discharge period even for an OFF cell not ...


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Sakamoto Tetsuya, Kishi Tomokatsu, Tomio Shigetoshi, Nagaoka Keishin, Takamori Takahiro, Machida Jun, Takagi Akihiro: Method of driving a plasma display and apparatus using the method. Fujitsu, March 29, 2000: EP0989538-A2 (7 worldwide citation)


A method of driving a plasma display is disclosed, in which the deterioration of the display quality which otherwise might be caused by the light emission due to a reset pulse is prevented thereby to improve the display quality. The voltage of the reset pulse (Ves) is set taking the voltage due to t ...


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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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Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Nagaoka Keishin: Control of plasma display screen for monitors and television. Fujitsu, May 15, 1998: FR2755785-A1 (4 worldwide citation)


The plasma display panel has a first substrate with multiple pairs of electrodes (Xi,Yi) formed on the first substrate. Each pair of electrodes extends parallel to each other pair and corresponds to a display line. A second substrate faces the first substrate and carries a third electrode (Aj) which ...


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Nagaoka Keishin, Kanazawa Yoshikazu, Itokawa Naoki: Plasma display device and a driving method thereof, preventing non-uniformity of lines. Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display, March 6, 2008: KR1020070038774 (2 worldwide citation)


PURPOSE: A plasma display device and a driving method thereof are provided to improve light emitting efficiency of the display device by preventing deterioration of a minimum sustain voltage. CONSTITUTION: Driving waves are applied to two electrodes of a PDP(Plasma Display Panel) to perform discharg ...


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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 plasma display. Hitachi Hppl, September 5, 2007: EP1830339-A2 (1 worldwide citation)


The invention relates to a method for driving a plasma display panel having first and second electrodes and address electrodes, wherein one frame includes a plurality of subfields, and at least one subfield includes a reset period, an address period, and a sustain discharge period. The method compri ...


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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 plasma display. Hitachi Plasma Patent Licensin, September 5, 2007: EP1830340-A2 (1 worldwide citation)


A method for driving a plasma display panel having sustain electrodes which includes first and second electrodes, and address electrodes includes the following the steps: applying a first slope erase pulse to one of the sustain electrodes, the voltage of the first slope pulse reaching a first voltag ...



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