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Mikitaka Tamai: Rechargeable battery charging method. Sanyo Electric Company, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, August 15, 1995: US05442274 (208 worldwide citation)

A hysteresis battery charging method repeats peak and trough voltage and current waveforms taking the battery to a temporary over-voltage state during peak charging. This method achieves rapid recharge while avoiding battery performance degradation. Constant current charging or quasi-constant curren ...


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Kaoru Taketa, Takayuki Kaida: Split gate transistor array. Sanyo Electric Company, Sheridan Ross P C, August 17, 1999: US05939749 (30 worldwide citation)

A split gate transistor having a semiconductor substrate, a source region and a drain region formed on the semiconductor substrate. A channel region is formed between the source region and the drain region. A floating gate electrode is formed substantially above the channel region. The floating gate ...


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Tohru Watanabe, Toshihiro Furusawa, Toshio Nakakuki: Imaging system with image processing for re-writing a portion of a pixel block. Sanyo Electric Company, Sheridan Ross P C, July 6, 1999: US05920343 (29 worldwide citation)

An image sensing apparatus which performs fast data processing without suffering an increased manufacturing cost. The image sensing apparatus senses an object and produces an image data signal screen-by-screen. In one embodiment, an image sensing apparatus for producing an image data signal includes ...


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Syouiti Toya: Portable vacuum cleaner. Sanyo Electric Company, Cohen Pontani & Lieberman, January 23, 1990: US04894882 (24 worldwide citation)

A portable vacuum cleaner for use in both dry and wet operations includes a main body case housing a fan motor and having intake and discharge openings, a dust case having a suction part and removably attached to the main body case around the intake opening, a filter housing removably installed in t ...


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Takahara Ichiro, Yabu Tadahiko, Fujita Jihei: Positioning and mounting means for a flexible video disk. Sanyo Electric Company, Armstrong Nikaido & Wegner, June 24, 1975: US3891796 (24 worldwide citation)

A video disc player of the type having a stationary table and a motor-coupled, rotatable spindle, and utilizing a flexible foil-type disc record adapted to be driven about its center at a predetermined speed together with the rotatable spindle while it hovers on a rotation-induced air cushion above ...


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Hiroyasu Kishi: Noise removing apparatus in an FM receiver. Sanyo Electric Company, Tokyo Sanyo Electric Co, Darby & Darby, October 30, 1984: US04480335 (21 worldwide citation)

A noise removing apparatus in an FM receiver includes a high-pass filter (29) receiving an output from an FM detector circuit (11), a gate (15) being interrupted in response to a pulsive noise detected by level-discriminating an output from a variable gain amplifier (35) receiving an output from the ...


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Tomoyuki Yoshie, Takenori Goto, Nobuhiko Hayashi: Semiconductor light emitting device. Sanyo Electric Company, Armstrong Westerman & Hattori, June 17, 2003: US06580736 (18 worldwide citation)

In a semiconductor laser device, a buffer layer, an n-contact layer, an n-light cladding layer, an n-light guide layer, an emission layer, a p-cap layer, a p-light guide layer and an n-current blocking layer having a striped opening are successively formed on a sapphire substrate, and a p-light clad ...


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Akira Toba: Electronic picture stabilizer with movable detection areas and video camera utilizing the same. Sanyo Electric Company, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, November 7, 2000: US06144405 (16 worldwide citation)

An electronic picture stabilizer includes a microcomputer which determines whether or not each of detection areas is a valid area or invalid area. If the detection areas adjacent in a vertical direction are invalid areas, the detection areas are moved so as to maximize a distance between the detecti ...


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Hiroaki Terada, Katsuhiko Asada, Niroaki Nishikawa, Shinji Komori, Kenji Shima, Souichi Miyata, Satoshi Matsumoto, Hajime Asano, Masahisa Shimizu, Hiroki Miura: Coincidence element and a data transmission path. Mitsubishi Denki Kabushiki Kaisha, Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, Matsushita Electric Industrial, Sanyo Electric Company, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, November 15, 1988: US04785204 (16 worldwide citation)

A coincidence element responsive to a plurality of input signals for outputting the level of the input signals when said plurality of input signals coincide with each other includes, a serial connection of a first electrically conductive type and a second electrically conductive type MOS transistors ...


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Tada Kiyoyuki: Information output system. Sanyo Electric Company, May 9, 1972: US3662346 (15 worldwide citation)

Numerical information, such as a decimal number, is registered in a main shift register for recirculation therethrough. The existence of non-zero decimal digits in a predetermined span of fixed digit positions within the main register is detected by logic means coupling the main register to an auxil ...