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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos: Electrophoretic display panels and associated methods. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, April 7, 1987: US04655897 (177 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an electrophoretic display apparatus which includes a planar transparent member having disposed on a surface a plurality of vertical conductive lines to form a grid of lines in the Y direction. On top of the grid of vertical lines there is disposed a plurality of horizontal lines ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos: Electrophoretic display panel with internal mesh background screen. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, January 4, 1994: US05276438 (131 worldwide citation)

A triode type electrophoretic display (10) includes a pair of substantially identical glass faceplates (12, 14) sealed to a pair of interstitial spacers (16a, 16b) to form a fluid-tight envelope for containing an electrophoretic fluid. An anodized black screen or mesh element (28) is sandwiched betw ...


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Frank J Disanto, Denis A Krusos, Christopher Laspina: Electrophoretic display employing gray scale capability utilizing area modulation. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, October 19, 1993: US05254981 (126 worldwide citation)

A apparatus provides grey scale capability for an electrophoretic information display. The electrophoretic information display is an XY addressable display with each XY coordinate indicative of a given column and row and defining a pixel. There are described various circuit configurations coupled to ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis Krusos: Electrophoretic display panel and associated methods providing single pixel erase capability. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, March 8, 1994: US05293528 (125 worldwide citation)

A tetrode type electrophoretic display includes local anode lines disposed perpendicular to the grid lines and having a tined configuration. In operation, the local anode may be used to write and erase selected independent pixels by applying appropriate voltages to the various electrodes of the disp ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos, Edward Lewit: Electrophoretic display panel with selective character addressability. Copytele, Plevy & Associates, November 14, 1995: US05467107 (118 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display includes a plurality of groups of intersecting row and column electrodes, and a plurality of parallel anode electrode segments disposed in spaced relation within a fluid-tight envelope containing a suspension of pigment particles in a dielectric fluid. Each respective grou ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos: Method of filling an electrophoretic display. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, January 18, 1994: US05279511 (98 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method of filling the interstice between the anode structure and the cathode structure of an electrophoretic image display (EPID) with a fluid dispersion containing solid pigment particles. And more specifically, a method of filling such EPIDs when the interstice between t ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos: Electrophoretic display panel and associated methods for blinking displayed characters. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, May 2, 1995: US05412398 (91 worldwide citation)

A tetrode type electrophoretic display includes local anode lines electrically grouped into groups having the width of a character. In operation, the local anode may be used to blink selected characters by applying appropriate voltages to the various electrodes of the display in the proper sequence. ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos, Edward Lewit: Method for writing data to an electrophoretic display panel. CopyTele, Arthur L Plevy, November 30, 1993: US05266937 (91 worldwide citation)

A method for writing data to an EPID display includes loading data for a line of pixels onto the grid lines of the EPID. Instead of writing that single line fully by enabling the associated cathode row with a logical "1" voltage for the time necessary to cause complete pigment particle migration, th ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos: Electrophoretic display panel having enhanced operation. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, October 5, 1993: US05250938 (90 worldwide citation)

A triode-type electrophoretic display includes a glass viewing window upon which has been deposited a plurality of parallel cathode members. A plurality of grid members are deposited upon a layer of insulation above the cathode members and perpendicular thereto. A fluid-tight envelope encapsulating ...


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Frank J DiSanto, Denis A Krusos: Dual anode flat panel electrophoretic display apparatus. Copytele, Arthur L Plevy, April 12, 1994: US05302235 (90 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display has a grid cathode matrix arrangement consisting of a first plurality of parallel conductive lines insulated from a second plurality of parallel conductive lines transverse to said first plurality. Located with respect to the grid and cathode lines are first and second ano ...