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Kazuo Katsuki, Donald J Sauer, Danny Chin: Bus structure for multiprocessor system having separated processor section and control/memory section. Nippon Sheet Glass, Ratner & Prestia, December 3, 1996: US05581767 (187 worldwide citation)

The processor section comprises a matrix-line layout of processor units; each processor unit combined with adjacent processor units in row and column direction by means of IPC buses, which are two-way buses. The control/memory section comprises arrays of control/memory units corresponding one-to-one ...


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Hiromitsu Seto, Yukihito Nagashima, Shigekazu Yoshii: Ultraviolet/infrared absorbent low transmittance glass. Nippon Sheet Glass, Manabu Kanesaka, August 31, 2004: US06784129 (127 worldwide citation)

The ultraviolet/infrared absorbent low transmittance glass has a grayish green color shade, low visible light transmittance, low total solar energy transmittance, and low ultraviolet transmittance, and is suitable for a rear window of a vehicle and capable of protecting privacy. The glass is formed ...


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Matsumoto Seiji, Kawakita Shinya, Nakahata Hiroshi, Kobayashi Nen: Container with electronic tag, and rfid system. Nippon Sheet Glass, Toppan Printing, September 7, 2006: JP2006-232292 (104 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a container with an electronic tag that is fixed to a product in a container obtained by filling the container with a liquid or semi-liquid material, which prevents the damage or removal of the electronic tag and damage to the design of the product by the electronic ...


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Hiroaki Tada, Harunobu Yoshida, Hideo Kawahara, Kunio Miyata: Electromagnetic device. Nippon Sheet Glass, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein Kubovcik & Murray, April 24, 1990: US04919521 (97 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic device comprising solid matrix layer, wherein micro-capsules containing suspension anisotropic particles are dispersed, and a means for applying electric field or magnetic field to the anisotropic particles. According to the present invention, not only range of transmittance of so ...


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Kanta Urakami, Nobuya Niizaki, Hirofumi Natsume, Masato Arisawa, Harunori Murakami, Yuji Baba: Glass antenna system for automobile. Sumitomo Chemical Company, Nippon Sheet Glass, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 16, 1997: US05699071 (93 worldwide citation)

A glass antenna system for an automobile comprises a T-shaped or pi-shaped dynamic impedance matching circuit. Another system comprises an integrated circuit consisting of T-shaped FM and AM matching circuits each connected to a common cable. The T-shaped or pi-shaped matching circuit comprises at l ...


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Koichi Maeda, Akio Takigawa, Yasuyoshi Tago, Motoaki Yoshida: Plastic multifocal point spherical lens. Nippon Sheet Glass, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, July 31, 1990: US04944584 (90 worldwide citation)

A plastic multifocal point spherical lens comprising a unitary structure of (A) a first synthetic resin layer having a fixed refractive index, (B) a second synthetic resin layer having a substantially fixed refractive index different from the refractive index of the first synthetic resin layer, and ...


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Hiroshi Kida, Yasuo Yamamoto, Tadaaki Karino: Glass window for motor vehicles. Nippon Sheet Glass, Bogucki Scherlacher Mok & Roth, February 9, 1988: US04723809 (88 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed herein a glass window for use in motor vehicles which comprises a glass sheet, a glass frame integrally fitted over the peripheral edge of the glass sheet and sealingly mounted on a window frame of a vehicle body, a plurality of support members embedded in the glass frame and supp ...


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Toshiyuki Sato, Shinya Katayama: Magnetic recording medium and a method of manufacturing the same. Nippon Sheet Glass, Woodcock Washburn, April 2, 2002: US06365012 (70 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a magnetic recording medium having a structure in which an undercoating film, a magnetic thin film, a protective film, and an organic film are stacked on a substrate in the order named. Since the protective film contains carbon and silicon and a portion of silicon in at lea ...


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Tetsuo Sasajima, Masaru Morikawa: Rear window stop lamp for motor vehicles. Nippon Sheet Glass, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, August 31, 1993: US05241457 (69 worldwide citation)

A rear window stop lamp for a motor vehicle, which is energizable when the brake of the motor vehicle is applied, has a resin-molded body attached to the interior side of a rear window glass sheet. The resin-molded body has at least one cavity having a curved reflecting surface. An LED chip is dispo ...


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Masatake Ishikawa: Fiber optic connector. Nippon Sheet Glass, Irving M Weiner, Joseph P Carrier, Pamela S Burt, April 14, 1992: US05104242 (68 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic connector includes a plug having a ferrule adapted to be connected to a tip end of an optical fiber, a receptacle associated with a light-emitting element and having a ferrule insertion hole defined therein for receiving the plug therein, the ferrule insertion hole being held in light- ...