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W Edward Naugler: Method and apparatus for controlling an active matrix display. Nuelight Corporation, Howrey, Vinay V Joshi, September 12, 2006: US07106285 (157 worldwide citation)

A method of controlling an array of pixels in an active matrix display to a predetermined emission level is provided. The pixels are arranged in a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns, each pixel having an active matrix element. The method makes use of a plurality of sensors each having a me ...


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W Edward Naugler Jr, Damoder Reddy: Penlight and touch screen data input system and method for flat panel displays. Nuelight Corporation, Howrey, Vinay V Joshi, January 23, 2007: US07166966 (74 worldwide citation)

System, device, and method for receiving or sensing touch or light input to an emissive display such as to a OLED display using the same or different sensors as are used to sense and maintain a pixel luminance. Penlight and touch screen data input system and method for display. A sidelight illuminat ...


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Jesus Berrios, Eric L Cox, Terry J Porter: Methods and apparatus for beaming power. Power Beaming Corporation, Nicola A Pisano, Vinay V Joshi, Fish & Neave, March 18, 2003: US06534705 (34 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for beaming power from one location to another are provided. Energy is used to power one or more lasers to provide a coherent, wide-aperture beam, which is directed to the receiving platform. Photovoltaic cells on the receiving platform convert energy of the laser beam into ele ...


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W Edward Naugler Jr: Low power circuits for active matrix emissive displays and methods of operating the same. Nuelight Corporation, Howrey, Vinay V Joshi, October 31, 2006: US07129938 (14 worldwide citation)

The embodiments of the present invention provide a flat panel display having a plurality of pixels, each comprising a light-emitting device configured to emit light in accordance with a current flowing through the light-emitting device, a transistor coupled to the light-emitting device and configure ...


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Gosuke Oshima, Masashi Miki: Electronic device manufacturing method, electronic device and resin filling method. Taiyo Yuden, Norman H Beamer, Vinay V Joshi, Fish & Neave, September 30, 2003: US06628526 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an electronic device manufacturing method and an electronic device which make it possible to reduce the waste of materials and the number of manufacturing steps required. Electronic devices are manufactured via a process including creating a collective substrate, in wh ...


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William H Gross, Danh T Tran: Bootstrap circuit to cancel input bias currents of a differential amplifier over most of common-mode input voltage range. Linear Technology Corporation, Mark D Rowland, Vinay V Joshi, Fish & Neave, October 21, 2003: US06636111 (10 worldwide citation)

An electronic circuit to cancel the input bias currents of a differential amplifier over most of the common-mode input voltage range is provided. The circuit includes an arrangement of transistors, current mirror and current sources to track the input bias currents of the differential amplifier even ...


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Reddy Damoder, Naugler Edward W: System and method for a high-performance display device having individual pixel luminance sensing and control. Nuelight Corporation, Reddy Damoder, Naugler Edward W, VINAY V Joshi, January 12, 2006: WO/2006/005033 (7 worldwide citation)

System and method for display device and for operating emissive pixel display having integrated luminance or photon flux sensor, for controlling pixel luminance in display, maintaining uniform pixel luminance, and calibration. Display comprises pixel array each pixel including photon emitter that ma ...


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Yigal Brandman: Speech feature extraction system. Nicola A Pisano, Vinay V Joshi, Fish & Neave, December 10, 2002: US06493668 (5 worldwide citation)

A system suitable for use in a speech recognition system or other voice processing system extracts features related to the frequency and amplitude characteristics of an input speech signal using a plurality of complex band pass filters by processing the outputs of adjacent bandpass filters.


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W Edward Naugler Jr, Damoder Reddy: Feedback control apparatus and method for an emissive printhead. Nuelight Corporation, Howrey, Vinay V Joshi, May 30, 2006: US07053920

The present invention uses an open loop feedback technique to control emissive pixels of a printhead of a printer. The open loop feedback technique involves integrating the light intensity of the emissive pixel over a predetermined period of time, averaging the integrated value, comparing the averag ...