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Gregg M Duthaler, Peter T Kazlas, Paul S Drzaic: Assembly of microencapsulated electronic displays. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, November 6, 2001: US06312304 (361 worldwide citation)

An electro-optical device is manufactured by separately manufacturing an electronic component and an optical component and subsequently integrating the electronic and the optical components. Separate fabrication of the two components allows each component to be manufactured using processes which opt ...


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Gregg Duthaler, Karl R Amundson, Paul S Drzaic, Peter T Kazlas, Jianna Wang: Preferred methods for producing electrical circuit elements used to control an electronic display. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, July 2, 2002: US06413790 (361 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for producing thin film transistor structures useful in controlling electronic displays. Thin film transistors are fabricated using all-additive methods including printing techniques, soft lithography and material deposition methods. The thin film transistors can be deposited wit ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, November 27, 2001: US06323989 (354 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison, Anthony E Pullen, Jianna Wang, Robert W Zehner, Caprice L Gray, Gregg M Duthaler, Michael McCreary, Emily J Pratt: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 25, 2003: US06538801 (333 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Holly Gates, Barrett Comiskey, Peter T Kazlas, Jonathan D Albert, Paul S Drzaic: Addressing methods for displays having zero time-average field. E INK Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, January 7, 2003: US06504524 (300 worldwide citation)

Novel addressing schemes for controlling electronically addressable displays include the use of addressing signals with additional signals having opposite polarity and equal integrated signal strength and addressing schemes that minimize the number of state changes that a display element undergoes. ...


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Holly G Gates, Barrett Comiskey, Peter T Kazlas, Jonathan D Albert, Paul S Drzaic: Methods for addressing electrophoretic displays. E Ink Corporation, David J Coie, March 11, 2003: US06531997 (295 worldwide citation)

Novel addressing schemes for controlling bistable electronically addressable displays include the use of addressing signals with additional signals having opposite polarity and equal integrated signal strength, and addressing schemes that minimize the number of state changes that a display element u ...


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Karl R Amundson, Gregg Duthaler, Paul S Drzaic: Transistor design for use in the construction of an electronically driven display. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, April 8, 2003: US06545291 (285 worldwide citation)

A transistor having a channel width, W, and a channel length, L, defined by non-rectangular electrodes. The transistor is a thin film field effect transistor having an insulated gate electrode. One of a source and drain electrodes is connected to a display electrode and one is connected to a data li ...


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Karl Amundson, Paul S Drzaic, Jianna Wang, Gregg Duthaler, Peter Kazlas: Method for forming a patterned semiconductor film. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, December 24, 2002: US06498114 (280 worldwide citation)

A process for forming a pattern in a semiconductor film is provided. The process comprises the steps of: providing a substrate; providing an organic semiconductor film adjacent the substrate; and providing a destructive agent adjacent selected portions of the organic semiconductor film, the destruct ...


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Peter T Kazlas, Michael G Hack, Paul S Drzaic, Guy M Danner, Karl R Amundson: Fabrication of electronic circuit elements using unpatterned semiconductor layers. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, January 27, 2004: US06683333 (270 worldwide citation)

A thin-film transistor array comprises at least first and second transistors. Each of the first and second transistors include a shared silicon layer, i.e., an active layer. The shared semiconductor layer extends continuously between the first and second transistors, and includes a concentration of ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Anthony E Pullen, Thomas H Whitesides, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison, Jianna Wang, Caprice L Gray: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, April 13, 2004: US06721083 (268 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...