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Hideo Hirose, Tomohide Hamada: Optical position measuring apparatus. Nippon Kogaku, Shapiro and Shapiro, November 1, 1988: US04782239 (132 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for measuring the distance to an object comprising projection means for projecting a radiation beam onto the object including a radiation generating means and a first optical system, and detection means for detecting the radiation beam reflected from the object including radiation detectin ...


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Hideo Hirose: Photoelectron microscope. Shimadzu Corporation, Fidelman & Wolffe, September 3, 1991: US05045696 (18 worldwide citation)

A photoelectron microscope wherein a normal conductive coil is used to produce a divergent magnetic field to form an enlarged photoelectron image of a specimen to be examined. The coil is only momentarily energized by pulse current, and in synchronism with the energization of the coil and while the ...


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Hideo Hirose: Method and apparatus for generating X rays. Shimadzu Corporation, Wegner Cantor Mueller & Player, September 29, 1992: US05151928 (17 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for generating X rays by laser impingement on a target in a vacuum enclosure to generate plasma, wherein the target comprises a first film made of a suitable metal and a second film made of an X-ray transmitting material and superimposed on one surface of the metal film, and wit ...


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Osamu Tanitsu, Takashi Mori, Hideo Hirose: Optical reflector, illumination optical system, light source system and illumination optical apparatus. Nikon Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, June 17, 1997: US05640284 (15 worldwide citation)

An optical illumination system according to the present invention is provided with an optical reflector for illuminating a surface to be illuminated in the shape of arc or annulus. A reflective plane of the optical reflector is shaped in a special curved surface. Specifically, an arbitrary parabola ...


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Hiroshi Murakami, Yukio Honda, Shizuka Yokote, Yoshinari Asano, Yukitoshi Wada, Hideo Hirose, Yasuaki Matsushita: Permanent magnet synchronous motor. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, September 6, 2005: US06940205 (15 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a permanent-magnet-synchronous-motor having a stator with concentrating windings with the following structure so that permanent magnet (6) is hard to subjected to demagnetization magnetic field: 0.3 Lg


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Hideki Komatsuda, Hideo Hirose, Takashi Mori: Illumination apparatus and exposure apparatus using it. Nikon Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, March 25, 1997: US05615047 (14 worldwide citation)

An illumination apparatus for uniformly illuminating an illuminated object surface. The apparatus comprises light source means for supplying an illumination light beam having parallel rays, an optical integrator for forming a plurality of beams from the illumination light beam from said light source ...


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Hideo Hirose: Telecentric illumination system. Nippon Kogaku, Shapiro and Shapiro, June 7, 1983: US04386828 (13 worldwide citation)

An illumination system for telecentric illumination throughout a wide variation range of magnification while keeping a large distance to an object to be illuminated is disclosed. The telecentric illumination system comprises a first lens group which is convergent and remains fixed when the magnifica ...


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Hideo Hirose, Kozo Ando, Yoshinobu Aoyagi, Tamio Hara: X-ray microscope. Shimadzu Corporation, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Nikaido Marmelstein Murray & Oram, November 3, 1998: US05832052 (13 worldwide citation)

An X-ray microscope utilizing X-rays radiating from a laser-irradiated target so as to form an X-ray image of a specimen placed in a sample cell, the X-ray microscope includes a target for radiating X-rays when the same is irradiated with a laser beam, a sample cell for housing a specimen, the sampl ...


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Hideo Hirose: Telecentric illumination system. Nippon Kogaku, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, July 2, 1985: US04526443 (12 worldwide citation)

A telecentric illumination system for telecentrically illuminating an object includes a light source, optical means for telecentrically supplying a light beam from the light source to the object, and an auxiliary condenser removably disposed between the optical means and the object to be illuminated ...


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Hiroshi Murakami, Yukio Honda, Shizuka Yokote, Yoshinari Asano, Yukitoshi Wada, Hideo Hirose, Yasuaki Matsushita: Permanent magnet synchronous motor including permanent magnet with tapered outer edges and rotor core with opening. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, August 12, 2008: US07411329 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a permanent-magnet-synchronous-motor having a stator with concentrated windings with the following structure so that permanent magnet (6) is hard to subjected to demagnetization magnetic field: 0.3 Lg