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Ibori Satoshi, Tsuji Noritoshi, Tofuji Yasumasa, Fujii Hiroshi, Kanbara Koji: Control method for inverter apparatus. Hitachi, July 31, 1997: JP1997-201092

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a control method in which, even when an abnormality is generated at an inverter device, an abnormal rise in its inverter output frequency can be suppressed always surely and in which the generation of the operation at an an excessive rotational speed of an AC electric ...


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Aikawa Toshiya, Maeda Eisaku, Nakayama Tadashi: Two-dimension image input device using linear sensor. Nikon, July 31, 1997: JP1997-200443

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To reduce the manufacture process for positioning of a limit switch by eliminating the need for arranging the limit switch so as to shorten the time untill the device is set to a start position of read scanning. SOLUTION: At first a film original is inserted to a film holder 2 ...


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Kawakami Soichiro, Fukae Kimitoshi: Solar cell. Canon, July 31, 1997: JP1997-199746

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a sufficient power with a plurality of solar cell elements arranged in electrical connection, by forming a third conductor connected electrically with a first face of a board and a fourth conductor connected with a transparent electrode layer on a second face of the ...


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Sasaki Makoto: Method of manufacturing semiconductor device. Casio Comput, July 31, 1997: JP1997-199489

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable an oxide film on a semiconductor layer and a metallic film to be removed causing no damage at all to a base substance and an insulating film, etc., by removing the oxide film on the first and second layer made of the insulating film using ammonium fluoride water solut ...


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Yashima Katsuro, Inoue Fumihiko, Ogawa Akinao: Manufacture of semiconductor integrated circuit device. Fujitsu, July 31, 1997: JP1997-199693

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a large capacitance with a small area in a method for manufacturing a stacked capacitor cell for constituting a DRAM. SOLUTION: A device has a storage node which is formed in an interlayer insulation film 113 on a semiconductor substrate, contacts the semiconductor su ...


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Matsuzaki Eiji, Kenmochi Akihiro, Yoritomi Yoshifumi, Koshimo Toshiyuki, Takano Takao, Nakatani Mitsuo: Thin film transistor, active matrix circuit board using that and image display device. Hitachi, July 31, 1997: JP1997-197442

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent decrease in the current in the on-state of an a-Si TFT and to obtain uniform distribution of the current in the on-state of the substrate by specifying the relation of the length of a semiconductor film pattern and the length of a first electrode pattern along the lo ...


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Suzuki Koji: Power source controlling ic. Canon, July 31, 1997: JP1997-197916

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a power source controlling IC for an image forming device in a small size, at a low cost, with a high reliability in which an analog circuit and the digital circuit are respectively integrated on the same tip. SOLUTION: On the power source controlling IC (IC) for con ...


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Saito Mitsuo: Manufacture of silver halide emulsion. Fuji Photo Film, July 31, 1997: JP1997-197587

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide the method for growing the silver halide emulsion high in sensitivity and image quality and capable of control of various factors and uniform growth of crystals by feeding specified fine silver halide grains and dissolving the fine crystals in the Ostwald's ripening ...


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Oishi Tomoji, Okamoto Sayuri, Takahashi Ken, Nakazawa Tetsuo: Electroluminescence element and manufacture thereof. Hitachi, July 31, 1997: JP1997-199277

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electroluminescence element, having a high dielectric constant further with a good withstand voltage characteristic and using an insulation film of high performance index, and a method of manufacturing this electroluminescence element. SOLUTION: In this element, a ...


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Donald A Streck, Jerry R Iggulden: Communication system for pixel-based alphanumeric character equipped with facsimile input interface. Donald A Streck, Jerry R Iggulden, July 31, 1997: JP1997-200423

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a scanning facsimile machine which receives data in pixel form from a facsimile type device and outputs the data to another device. SOLUTION: The scanning facsimile machine 42 is provided with a modem 32 which interfaces with a facsimile machine 22 and an other-machin ...



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