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Masaki Matsui, Shoichi Yamauchi, Hisayoshi Ohshima, Kunihiro Onoda, Akiyoshi Asai, Takanari Sasaya, Takeshi Enya, Jun Sakakibara: Method for manufacturing a semiconductor substrate. Denso Corporation, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, February 20, 2001: US06191007 (292 worldwide citation)

Methods for manufacturing semiconductor substrates in which a semiconductor layer for forming semiconductor device therein is formed on a supporting substrate with an insulating film interposed between, with which in forming the semiconductor layer on a substrate on which a buried pattern structure ...


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Akiyoshi Asai, Jun Sakakibara, Megumi Suzuki, Seiji Fujino: Semiconductor integrated circuit device and manufacturing method for the same. Nippondenso, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, February 9, 1999: US05869872 (33 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor integrated circuit device having an SOI structure is capable of preventing occurrence of leak current flowing from a diffusion layer even when a semiconductor element having a pn-junction is included in the semiconductor substrate. The semiconductor integrated circuit device having t ...


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Megumi Suzuki, Akiyoshi Asai, Jun Sakakibara: Semiconductor integrated circuit device. Denso Corporataion, Cushman Darby & Cushman IP Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, May 12, 1998: US05751041 (32 worldwide citation)

In a semiconductor integrated circuit device having an input protection circuit element such as a diode formed in the semiconductor substrate, the leak current is suppressed. An nMOS transistor and a pMOS transistor that constitute a CMOS inverter circuit are formed using a SOI structure. An n-type ...


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Junichi Koseki, Hajime Nakamura, Jun Sakakibara: Integrated circuit with exterior gain control adjustment. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Foley & Lardner, March 28, 1995: US05402249 (22 worldwide citation)

An integrated circuit for processing an analog image signal obtained from a CCD, etc. and converting the processed image signal to a digital image signal. The integrated circuit includes a circuit for adjusting an offset voltage included in the analog image signal, a circuit for sampling/holding the ...


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Jun Sakakibara, Hajime Nakamura, Junichi Koseki, Katsuya Nagamochi: Image-reading device having a photoelectric transducer. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Foley & Lardner, April 27, 1993: US05206501 (20 worldwide citation)

An image-reading device, in which the 1-bit signals a CCD line sensor has generated from the light applied from an illumination lamp and reflected from an original are shading-corrected, thereby forming image data. Before scanning the original, a black reference signal, a white reference signal at a ...


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Hajime Nakamura, Jun Sakakibara: Paper feeding apparatus having a paper separator with a pressure sensitive and electrically-conductive material. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Foley & Lardner, March 19, 1996: US05499807 (16 worldwide citation)

An automatic paper feeding apparatus is designed to separate and feed originals by means of a separation pad and a feeding roller. A pressure sensitive conductive rubber is used for the separation pad to convert a change in thickness of an original into an electrical signal, thereby detecting a conv ...


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Shoichi Yamauchi, Hitoshi Yamaguchi, Jun Sakakibara, Nobuhiro Tsuji: Semiconductor device having epitaxially-filled trench and method for manufacturing semiconductor device having epitaxially-filled trench. Denso Corporation, Posz & Bethards, December 28, 2004: US06836001 (15 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor device includes a semiconductor substrate and a semiconductor layer. The semiconductor substrate has a main surface that is an Si{100} surface. The substrate has a trench in the main surface. The semiconductor layer is located on surfaces defining the trench to have common ...


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Jun Sakakibara, Koji Tanimoto, Kenichi Komiya, Toshimitsu Ichiyanagi, Naoaki Ide, Koji Kawai: Image formation apparatus and method of stabilizing the emission level of semiconductor laser source used therein. Toshiba Tec Kabushiki Kaisha, Foley & Lardner, April 15, 2003: US06549265 (12 worldwide citation)

The emission level of a laser source at the non-imaging time when image data “0” is input and the emission level at the imaging time when image data “1” is input are controlled so that each of them becomes a desired level. The light output intensity is stabilized at all times regardless of variation ...