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Nakao Hiroshi, Uekusa Shinji: Nonvolatile memory medium with rfid function and its system. Toshiba, Tokyo Electronic Systems, August 9, 2007: JP2007-199847 (26 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a nonvolatile memory medium with an easily controllable RFID function and a system for using the nonvolatile memory medium.SOLUTION: The nonvolatile memory medium comprises: an RFID memory for memorizing RFID data which is transmitted and received by radio; a memory ...


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Tsubouchi Kozo, Yamada Hiroo, Takasu Yoko, Nakao Hiroshi: Process for producing functional silk fibroin and utilization of the same. Nat Inst Of Agrobio Sciences, Kowa Co, September 18, 2002: EP1241178-A1 (16 worldwide citation)

Provided is a process for producing undegraded silk fibroin, which comprises dissolving a cocoon layer or cocoon yarn of fresh, dry or cooked cocoons, raw silk, or silk fabrics, or residual yarns thereof in an aqueous solution of a neutral salt, and then subjecting the resulting solution to fraction ...


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Nakao Hiroshi, Yamashita Yoshimi, Horiguchi Naoto: Ferromagnetic tunnel junction random access memory, spin valve random-access memory, single ferromagnetic film random-access memory and memory cell array using them. Fujitsu, March 30, 2001: JP2001-084758 (12 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To stably perform a write operation and a read operation by a method wherein a ferromagnetic layer which constitutes a ferromagnetic tunnel junction or a spin valve junction is formed annularly, so that the direction of magnetization of the ferromagnetic layer is not changed by ...


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Ichinose Hiromichi, Kawahara Akihiko, Katsuki Hiroaki, Furuta Sachiko, Nakao Hiroshi: Production of porous ceramics.. Saga Prefecture, April 8, 1992: EP0479553-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

Porous ceramics having high porosity and a narrow pore size distribution are obtained by preparing a dilute slurry by mixing a ceramic raw material with a solution of such an organic high-molecular compound as ammonium alginate, which is capable of being gelled by reaction with an acid or a di- or m ...


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Nakao Hiroshi: Magnetic random access memory device. Fujitsu, September 14, 2001: JP2001-250206 (10 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a magnetic random access memory device capable of write-in at low current and having an enhanced magnetic resistance change ratio.SOLUTION: In the magnetic random access memory device consisting of a memory cell array in which either an insulating material film 3 or ...


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Koike Kiyoshi Denshi Shohin Ka, Aizawa Jyunichi Denshi Shohin, Nakao Hiroshi Denshi Shohin Ka, Nakagawa Kunihiko Denshi Shohi, Yamada Hisashi: Paper feed for printing apparatus.. Mitsubishi Electric, November 25, 1992: EP0515224-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

A printing apparatus is composed in a constitution in which the conveying path P2 of printing paper P being from the confronting position of the platen roller 6 and thermal head 7 for composing the printing unit 3 to the paper discharge unit 2 is nearly linear, the capstan roller 4, pinch roller 5, ...


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Aizawa Jyun Ichi C O Mitsubish, Nakagawa Kunihiko C O Mitsubis, Nakao Hiroshi C O Mitsubishi D, Ezaki Hitoshi C O Mitsubishi D, Sunaga Kouhei C O Mitsubishi E: Printer.. Mitsubishi Electric, December 27, 1990: EP0403775-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

A printer for printing characters and images on recording paper (302) comprising: a paper cassette (301) for storing the recording paper (302); a platen roller (303) around which the recording paper (302) is wound at the time of the transfer of images for printing; a clamping mechanism (304) for cla ...


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Takano Motohiro, Nakao Hiroshi, Otake Akiyoshi: Cushion. Inoac, October 28, 2003: JP2003-304951 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cushion that does not impart a feeling of hardness when one initially compresses by sitting thereon, does not loose the strength of the surface and does not generate an uncomfortable feeling caused by a sudden change in the hardness.SOLUTION: The cushion 10 is made ...


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Fujiwara Toshiaki, Nakao Hiroshi, Yamaguchi Seiji, Imai Hidetoshi, Takahashi Masaki: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, May 22, 2001: JP2001-137158 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a central cleaner that realizes various functions developed for a general domestic cleaner in a short time and at a reduced cost. SOLUTION: A central cleaner in which the hose inlet 30 is electrically connected with commercial power supply using indoor wiring, and a ...


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Nakao Hiroshi: Manufacture of semiconductor device. Fujitsu, December 8, 2000: JP2000-340682 (6 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent reevaporation of metal particles from an MNC to avoid the redistribution of the metallic particles in the MNC, when manufacturing a semiconductor device, such as a fine flash memory, EEPROM, and single electronic memory, which uses the MNC.SOLUTION: A gate insulation ...



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