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Yamamoto Hiroshi: Rfid tag having transparent antenna and production method therefor. Dainippon Printing, July 25, 2003: JP2003-209421 (127 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an RFID tag having a transparent antenna and a produc tion method therefor in which an antenna pattern is made beautiful as a trans parent body and improves design not to disturb an indication on the lower part of the tag.SOLUTION: In the RFID tag having the transpar ...


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Tanabe Junichi, Oka Hidetaka, Yamamoto Hiroshi: Electroluminescent device. Ciba Specialty Chemicals Holding, Tanabe Junichi, Oka Hidetaka, Yamamoto Hiroshi, CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALS HOLDING, December 7, 2006: WO/2006/128800 (75 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are electroluminescent devices that comprise organic layers that contain dibenzofuran compounds. The compounds are suitable components of, for example, blue-emitting, durable, organo-electroluminescent layers. The electroluminescent devices may be employed for full color display panels in, ...


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Emoto Shigeru, Yamamoto Hiroshi: Elastic surgical bandage. Fujiboseki Kabushiki Kaisha, March 16, 1971: US3570482 (59 worldwide citation)

Elastic surgical bandage consisting of chain stitches each formed of nonelastic yarn running reciprocatively across adjoining loops in the chain stitches or across the loops of more than one wale ahead, and polyurethane yarn knitted along the wale, through a portion or all parts of the successive lo ...


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Onitsuka Osame, Ebisawa Akira, Suzuki Mitsunari, Yamamoto Hiroshi, Arai Michio: Organic electroluminescent display device, and method and system for making the same. TDK, August 19, 1998: EP0859539-A2 (47 worldwide citation)

In an organic EL display device, an organic EL multilayer structure is disposed in a gastight space defined between a substrate and a shield member and filled with an inert gas. The organic EL multilayer structure includes organic materials having a Tg of at most 140 DEG C. The shield member is a co ...


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Yamamoto Hiroshi, Iwakuma Toshihiro, Matsuura Masahide: New quinoxaline derivative and organic electroluminescent element utilizing the same. Idemitsu Kosan, February 13, 2003: JP2003-040873 (37 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a new quinoxaline derivative by which brightness of organic electroluminescent elements and efficiency of luminescence thereof can be heightened and long life of these elements can be attained by improvement of deposition of electrodes and to provide an organic elect ...


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Ishihara Ken, Yamamoto Hiroshi, Watanabe Mitsuru, Asano Kaoru, Suzuki Akio, Maekawa Yasunori: Non-invasive blood analyzer and method using the same.. Ishihara Ken, Toa Medical Electronics, March 8, 1995: EP0641542-A2 (35 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive blood analyzer includes a light application device for applying light to a detection region of vessels contained in part of the living body, a capturing device for capturing the detection region to which light is applied, a fixing device for relatively fixing the capturing device and ...


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Yamamoto Hiroshi, Matsuura Masahide, Ikeda Hideji, Kubota Mineyuki, Kawamura Masahiro: New nitrogen-containing heterocyclic derivative and organic electroluminescent element using the same. Idemitsu Kosan, January 8, 2004: JP2004-002297 (32 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a new nitrogen-containing heterocyclic derivative useful as a constituent component for an organic electroluminescent element (organic EL element) and the organic EL element which attains high luminance, high luminescence efficiency and a long life due to improvement ...


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Fukuoka Kenichi, Matsuura Masahide, Yamamoto Hiroshi, Hosokawa Chishio: Organic electroluminescent element. Idemitsu Kosan, August 5, 2004: JP2004-221045 (30 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an organic EL element with narrow band light emission having high color purity and long service life.SOLUTION: The element includes a positive electrode; a 1st light emitting layer composed of at least a 1st host material and a 1st dopant; a 2nd light emitting layer ...


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Yamamoto Hiroshi, Okuda Kuniteru, Nomoto Hiroaki: Flow conditioning apparatus. Oval Engineering, May 22, 1973: US3733898 (27 worldwide citation)

A flow conditioning apparatus is connected to the inlet of a flow meter in a conduit system for conditioning the flow of a fluid supplied to the flow meter for the purpose of measurement of the flow rate. The apparatus comprises a device for uniformalizing the velocity distribution of fluid flow, an ...