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Tomohisa Ishida, Naoki Ohkouchi, Satoshi Suzuki, Masahiro Juen, Tadao Isogai: Solid-state imaging device. Nikon Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, April 4, 2000: US06046466 (65 worldwide citation)

A photoelectric conversion device suitable for use as an element of a photodetector array includes a photodiode for generating a first signal charge in response to incident light, an output unit including a JFET, and at least one transistor having an electrode that generates a second signal charge i ...


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Tomohisa Ishida, Masao Nozawa: Cord end stopper. YKK Corporation, Hill & Simpson, April 4, 2000: US06044527 (28 worldwide citation)

A cord end stopper comprising a male member having an engaging member and a female member having an engaging portion for interlocking engagement with the engaging member, the male member and the female member, when joined, defining therebetween a groove for accommodating a cord, the male members and ...


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Tomohisa Ishida, Hitoshi Nomura: Solid-state image-pickup devices and methods for motion detection. Nikon Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman, July 8, 2003: US06590611 (21 worldwide citation)

Solid-state image-pickup devices and associated drive methods are disclosed that simultaneously provide an image signal and a motion-detection signal. A representative device comprises an array of multiple pixels that produce pixel outputs according to amounts of light received by individual pixels. ...


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Yoshiharu Tanaka, Mutsuo Hirota, Tomohisa Ishida: Resin safety shoe toe cap. YKK Corporation, Michael S Leonard, Everest Intellectual Property Law Group, June 21, 2005: US06907681 (10 worldwide citation)

A resin safety shoe toe cap made from a fiber-reinforced thermoplastic resin, wherein the toe cap resin safety shoe toe cap is constituted from rising parts comprising a front end rising part 1, a big toe side rising part 2 and a little toe side rising part 3; a top part 6; and a base part 5, wherei ...


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Ryoichiro Uehara, Tomohisa Ishida, Yukio Kamagata: Buckle. YKK Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, June 6, 2006: US07055226 (8 worldwide citation)

A buckle, which comprises a female body and a male body, which may be inserted each other and prevents rocking in right and left directions and clattering of the female body and the male body at the time, is provided. A buckle comprising a female body formed with a flat housing and a male body havin ...


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Hiroshi Matoba, Tomohisa Ishida: Buckle. YKK Corporation, Hill & Simpson, September 21, 1999: US05953798 (8 worldwide citation)

A buckle comprises a male member and a female member adapted to couple with each other. The male member includes a fitting projection provided on a base thereof and the female member has a fitting cavity formed at its one end for fitting engagement with the fitting projection of the male member. A t ...


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Tomohisa Ishida: Solid-state image sensor with overlapping split gate electrodes. Nikon Corporation, Keck Mahin & Cate, January 23, 1996: US05486711 (8 worldwide citation)

An amplification-type solid-state image sensor includes a plurality of picture elements each thereof including a phototransistor. The phototransistor includes a plurality of split gate electrodes to which is applied a voltage for inducing carriers of the same conductivity type as a source region and ...


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Kazuo Kunii, Tomohisa Ishida: Buckle. YKK Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, October 16, 2001: US06301757 (7 worldwide citation)

A buckle comprises a male member and a female member. The male member is provided with an insertion portion adapted to be inserted into the female member and an insertion hole formed inside of the insertion portion. The female member is provided with a recess in which the insertion portion is to be ...


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Tomohisa Ishida, Atsushi Kamashita, Satoshi Suzuki: Solid-state image sensor. Nikon Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, December 30, 2008: US07470944 (4 worldwide citation)

A solid-state image sensor of the present invention has a plurality of pixel cells that generate signal charges in accordance with incident light. It is characterized by having a gettering region within the area of a pixel cell. The gettering region, which is disposed closely to the photoelectrical ...


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Tomohisa Ishida: Solid-state imaging device and electronic camera for monitoring quantity of incident light. Nikon Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman, August 5, 2003: US06603511 (4 worldwide citation)

Solid-state imaging devices and cameras using such devices are provided. The devices detect changes in light quantity, directly incident to a light-receiving portion, in real-time and then read light information at an optimum exposure level whenever estimates of the quantity of incident light are di ...