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Desmond J O Farrell, Richard J Gahan: Electro-optic device with constant light transmitting area. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, October 12, 1993: US05253109 (530 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic device including first and second optically transparent elements mounted in spaced relationship to each other to define a gap and each having a front and rear surface. At least one optically transparent interlayer element is sandwiched between the first and second elements and joini ...


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Desmond J O Farrell, Richard J Gahan: Electrochromic rearview mirror for vehicles with constant light transmitting area. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, April 11, 1995: US05406414 (317 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic device including first and second optically transparent elements mounted in spaced relationship to each other to define a gap and each having a front and rear surface. At least one optically transparent interlayer element is sandwiched between the first and second elements and joini ...


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Desmond J O Farrell: Indicia display for electro-optic devices wherein the indicia comprises a dielectric material extending at least partially into the electro-optic medium. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, February 23, 1993: US05189537 (267 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic device useful as a vehicular mirror or panel, an architectural panel, or the like includes two optically transparent substrates positioned in spaced relation to each other. An electro-optic medium having a light transmittance which is variable with the application of an electric fie ...


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Harlan J Byker, Frederick T Bauer, William L Tonar: Electro-optic device including a low sheet resistance, high transmission transparent electrode. Gentex Corporation, Brian J Rees, July 13, 1999: US05923457 (218 worldwide citation)

An improved electro-optic device for rearview mirror for motor vehicles and windows, the device incorporating a multi-layer transparent electrode having a first layer of tin-doped indium oxide and a second layer of fluorine-doped tin oxide. This multi-layer transparent conductive coating stack, whic ...


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Tadatoshi Kamimori, Junichi Nagai, Mamoru Mizuhashi: Electro-optic device. Asahi Glass Company, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, June 9, 1987: US04671619 (167 worldwide citation)

An electro-optical device containing an electrochromic material layer and electrolytic solution interposed between mutually opposed base plates, each having an electrode on the surface thereof, wherein said electrolytic solution consists essentially of (a) an iodide source material as a redox reacti ...


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Shunpei Yamazaki, Takeshi Nishi, Rumo Satake: Liquid crystal electro-optic device. Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Fish & Richardson P C, April 6, 1999: US05892562 (131 worldwide citation)

In a horizontal electric field drive type liquid crystal electro-optic device wherein a liquid crystal material is driven by controlling the strength of an electric field parallel to a substrate, noncontinuity of the electric field strength around each pixel electrode is minimized and thereby the oc ...


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Kim Van Order: Electro-optic mirror with contrasting display. Johnson Controls Technology Company, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, June 19, 2001: US06247820 (113 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic display system includes a display patterned on at least one of the conductive layers of an electro-optic device. Voltages can be applied to individual display segments of the display to create a contrast with the rest of the electro-optic medium to enable information to be displayed ...


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Hideo Yamanaka, Hisayoshi Yamoto, Yuichi Satou, Hajime Yagi: Electro-optic device, drive substrate for electro-optic device and method of manufacturing the same. Sony Corporation, Ronald P Kananen, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, February 12, 2002: US06346718 (91 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic device, such as an LCD, includes a display unit and a peripheral drive circuit unit on a single substrate. A gate comprising a gate electrode and gate insulation film is formed on a surface of the substrate. A layer of a substance having good lattice compatibility with monocrystalli ...


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Masaaki Hiroki, Akira Mase: Electro-optic device having pairs of complementary transistors. Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, November 17, 1992: US05165075 (80 worldwide citation)

A novel structure of an active electro-optic device is disclosed. The device is provided with complementary transistors therein which comprise a p-channel TFT and an n-channel TFT. In case of a liquid crystal electro-optic deivce, the device comprises a pair of substrates, a liquid crystal provided ...


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Shunpei Yamazaki, Akira Mase, Masaaki Hiroki: Method for forming thin film transistors with anodic oxide on sides of gate line. Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Gerald J Ferguson Jr, Eric J Robinson, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson P C, October 22, 1996: US05568288 (79 worldwide citation)

An electro-optic device featuring an semiconductor device formed by providing an insulator over a gate electrode, and anodic oxidizing only the sides of the gate electrode.