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Kimura Yoshikatsu, Ninomiya Yoshiki, Nishimura Yoshihiro, Shirodono Kiyosumi, Suzuki Noriyoshi: Optical transmission device, optical reception device and optical communication device. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, November 20, 2008: JP2008-282253 (53 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To take an image at a proper frame rate for extracting transmission information.SOLUTION: A drive circuit 18c of this optical transmission device 12 performs blink drive of each of transmission information-transmitting LEDs 241-24n in synchronization with a signal of a prescrib ...


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Kimura Yoshikatsu, Ninomiya Yoshiki, Shirodono Kiyosumi, Nishimura Yoshihiro, Yamasato Takanari, Arai Shintaro, Fujii Toshiaki, Marumichi Tomohiro, Tanimoto Masayuki: Optical transmitting device, optical receiving device, and optical communication system. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, Yamasato Takanari, Arai Shintaro, Fujii Toshiaki, Marumichi Tomohiro, Tanimoto Masayuki, April 23, 2009: JP2009-088704 (53 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To accurately perform data communication by allowing a reception side to specify the respective positions of light emitting elements.SOLUTION: An optical transmitting device blinks an LED array with blinking patterns consisting of a lighting pattern of whole lighting, a lightin ...


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Tsuchiya Tomoyoshi, Funabashi Hirobumi, Fujitsuka Tokuo, Mitsushima Koichi, Sakai Mineichi: Device with movable electrode, movable mirror device, vibration type gyroscope, and their manufacturing method. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, Denso, December 4, 2008: JP2008-294455 (26 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To detect in which direction of directions orthogonal to a substrate a physical quantity acts even while manufacture is performed by a simple manufacturing process.SOLUTION: A movable electrode 148a can be displaced in a z axial direction (direction orthogonal to the substrate) ...


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Yokoi Yutaka, Aiki Kosuke, Yamada Eiji, Tatematsu Kazutaka, Uematsu Tatsuya, Endo Kenji: Rotary electric machine. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, Toyota Motor, Toyota, September 18, 2008: JP2008-219960 (23 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a rotary electric machine efficiently removing heat of a conductor or a magnetic pole disposed in an outer circumferential portion of a stator while suppressing deterioration in efficiency of the rotary electric machine.SOLUTION: A coolant feeding port 32 for feeding ...


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Matsuzawa Shinichiro, Inoue Yoshitoku, Sato Kazuo, Nomura Takeshi: Array antenna. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, March 6, 2008: JP2008-054146 (18 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a small-sized array antenna by which the scan control or shape control of electromagnetic beams is easy and high gain is obtained easily, even in a high-frequency band of 1 GHz or higher.SOLUTION: A grounding conductor g1 of a first ground area (0≤y≤a) has slits s1 a ...


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Ishii Masahiko, Nakamura Hiroshi: Organic electroluminescent element. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, October 9, 2008: JP2008-243669 (15 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an organic electroluminescent element which is superior in extraction efficiency of light, in which high-luminance light emission is possible, and which can be manufactured using a simple and convenient method.SOLUTION: This organic electroluminescent element is equi ...


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Okuda Naruaki, Takeuchi Yoji, Ukiyou Yoshio: Active material for lithium secondary battery, its manufacturing method, and lithium secondary battery. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, May 14, 2009: JP2009-104794 (14 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an active material for a lithium secondary battery in which excellent discharge rate characteristics can be obtained, and its manufacturing method.SOLUTION: The active material for the lithium secondary battery is manufactured by mixing lithium dihydro-phosphate as L ...


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Sakata Jiro: Secondary battery. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, April 30, 2009: JP2009-093983 (13 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a secondary battery which can control formation of dendrite and can repeat charging and discharging.SOLUTION: A current collector 14 and a zinc anode 16 and a separator 18 are laminated in this order inside a cylindrical container 12, and electrolyte solution (a 6-N ...


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Ozawa Takahiro, Tomita Kazuyoshi, Kamimura Toshiya, Horiuchi Shigemi: Electrode and iii nitride compound semiconductor light-emitting element using the electrode. Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, Toyoda Gosei, August 21, 2008: JP2008-192782 (12 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To inhibit migration of silver in an electrode for a III nitride compound semiconductor light-emitting element.SOLUTION: An n-type AlxGayIn1-x-yN layer 11, a light-emitting layer 12 and a p-type AlxGayIn1-x-y N layer 13 are formed to a dielectric substrate 10, such as sapphire. ...


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Ando Masanobu, Horiuchi Shigemi, Kinoshita Yoshinori, Tomita Kazuyoshi: Group iii-v semiconductor element and its manufacturing method. Toyoda Gosei, Toyota Central R&Amp D Labs, October 2, 2008: JP2008-235362 (12 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a group III-V semiconductor element having a novel structure wherein current leakage or short-circuit can be prevented at the end face of the semiconductor element.SOLUTION: The semiconductor layer 101 made of group III nitride semiconductor is formed like a reverse- ...