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Ozawa Tokuroh, Kimura Mutsumi: Display device. Seiko Epson, February 3, 1999: EP0895219-A1 (135 worldwide citation)

A display apparatus, that includes current driving type luminescent elements, has a driving system that takes the conduction types of TFTs to control the emission of the luminescent elements into consideration. In order to reduce driving voltage and improve display quality simultaneously, the arrang ...


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Kimura Mutsumi: Driving method for electro-optical device, electro-optical device, and electronic apparatus. Seiko Epson Corporation, June 21, 2003: TW538650 (106 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a driving method for electro-optical device, electro-optical device, and electronic apparatus, so as to provide a method for implementing a multi-level display of an electro-optical device according to a time ratio gray-scale method without providing reset lines. The ...


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Kimura Mutsumi, Itoh Tomoyuki: Current-driven emissive display device and method for manufacturing the same. Seiko Epson, May 19, 1999: EP0917127-A1 (86 worldwide citation)

An organic EL device driven by thin-film transistors is disclosed, wherein for suppressing the deterioration with time of thin-film transistors, at least one of the thin-film transistors, or a second thin-film transistor is formed of a p-channel type thin-film transistor. The p-channel type thin-fil ...


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Kimura Mutsumi, Kiguchi Hiroshi: Method of production of a matrix type display device. Seiko Epson, September 2, 1998: EP0862156-A1 (85 worldwide citation)

An object of the invention is to improve patterning accuracy while maintaining low cost, high throughput and a high degree of freedom of an optical material in a matrix type display device and a manufacturing method thereof. In order to achieve the object, a difference in height, a desired distribut ...


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Kimura Mutsumi, Itoh Tomoyuki: Current-driven light-emitting display apparatus with contact hole formed in the inter-layer insulation film. Seiko Epson, August 20, 2003: EP1337131-A2 (82 worldwide citation)

An organic EL device driven by thin-film transistors is disclosed, in which the pixel electrode is connected to the thin film transistor through a contact hole formed in the inter-layer insulation film.


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Ozawa Tokuroh, Kimura Mutsumi: Active matrix electroluminescent display with two tfts and storage capacitor in each pixel. Seiko Epson, November 6, 2002: EP1255240-A1 (80 worldwide citation)

A display apparatus comprising, arranged on a substrate, a plurality of scanning lines, a plurality of data lines intersecting said scanning lines, a plurality of common power supply lines, a plurality of pixels formed by said scanning lines and said data lines in matrix form, each of said pixels co ...


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Kimura Mutsumi, Itoh Tomoyuki: Current-driven light-emitting display apparatus and method of driving the same. Seiko Epson, November 19, 2003: EP1363265-A2 (79 worldwide citation)

An organic EL device driven by two thin-film transistors in which a first transistor is used for scanning line selection, and the second transistor controls the conduction between the pixel electrode and a common line. The EL element emits light in a first period and does not emit light in a second ...


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Ozawa Tokuroh, Kimura Mutsumi: Active matrix electroluminescent display with two tfts and storage capacitor. Seiko Epson, August 20, 2003: EP1336953-A2 (78 worldwide citation)

A display apparatus comprising a plurality of scanning lines; a plurality of data lines intersecting said plurality of scanning lines; a plurality of common power supply lines; and a plurality of pixels formed by said scanning lines and said data lines in a matrix, each of said pixels including: a f ...


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Ozawa Tokuroh, Kimura Mutsumi: Display apparatus. Seiko Epson, November 5, 2003: EP1359789-A1 (78 worldwide citation)

A display apparatus comprising a substrate a plurality of emitting films above the substrate, each of the plurality of emitting films being disposed between a pixel electrode disposed above the substrate and an opposite electrode disposed above the pixel electrode; and a bank disposed above the subs ...


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Kimura Mutsumi, Shimoda Tatsuya, Kiguchi Hiroshi: Pixel circuit, display device and electronic equipment having current-driven light-emitting device. Seiko Epson, June 16, 1999: EP0923067-A1 (77 worldwide citation)

A display apparatus (100) is provided with a current driving type light-emitting device (224) and a driving device (223) for controlling a driving current flowing through the light-emitting device for each pixel. The display apparatus comprises power source units (13, 14) for supplying power for cau ...