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Meinders Erwin R, Borg Hermanus J: Optical information medium having separate recording layers. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, June 1, 2002: KR1020027003202

The optical information medium for rewritable recording by means of a laser-light beam (14, 15) has a first recording stack (8) having a phase change type recording layer (10), sandwiched between two dielectric layers (9, 11), and has a second recording stack having a phase change type recording lay ...


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Meinders Erwin R, Borg Hermanus J: Optical information medium having separate recording layers. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, DEGUELLE Wilhelmus H G, January 17, 2002: WO/2002/005274

The optical information medium for rewritable recording by means of a laser-light beam (14, 15) has a first recording stack (8) having a phase change type recording layer (10), sandwiched between two dielectric layers (9, 11), and has a second recording stack having a phase change type recording lay ...


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Zhou Guo Fu, Rijpers Johannes C N, Meinders Erwin R, Borg Hermanus J: Rewritable optical data storage medium and use of such a medium. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, March 26, 2003: KR1020037001387

A description is given of a phase-change optical data storage medium (20) having a recording stack (2) with a recording layer (6) and a metal reflective layer (3) comprising at least one transparent layer (4, 8) of the material indium tin oxide (ITO). Use of an ITO layer (4, 8) in the recording stac ...


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Zhou Guo Fu, Jacobs Bernardus A J, Rijpers Johannes C N, Borg Hermanus J: Support dinformations optique reinscriptible, Rewritable optical information medium. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Koninklijke Philips Electronics, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, June 17, 1999: CA2280842

A description is given of a rewritable optical information medium having a phase-change recording layer (3) on the basis of an alloy of Ge-Sb-Te-O, having the composition (Ge a Sb b Te c)1-d O d, wherein: a+b+c=1 0.0001<=d<=0.035. The addition of oxygen considerably speeds up the crystallization rat ...


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