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Amamiya Kimio: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. Pioneer Electron, January 14, 2000: JP2000-011899 (20 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve the display margin by providing, on a column electrode, a wide part as the area superposed with one electrode of row electrodes paired every picture element is large, compared with the other electrode thereof. SOLUTION: A wide part DW protruded horizontally dispersiv ...


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Amatsu Masashi Kamikodanaka, Kanagu Shinji Kamikodanaka, Sasaka Masaaki Kyushu Fujitsu, Awaji Noriyuki Fujitsu Limited, Ebihara Kazumi Kyushu Fujitsu: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. Fujitsu, August 6, 1997: EP0788131-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

It is an object of the present invention to prevent deterioration of a transparent electrically-conductive film which forms display electrodes, so as to enhance the reliability of display electrodes. In an AC type plasma display panel including a plurality of display electrodes X & Y formed of a tra ...


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Kato Masafumi, Sakasegawa Kiyohiro, Yoneyama Kenichi, Nishioka Yasuhiko, Sakai Hisamitsu: Substrate for plasma display panel and its manufacture. Kyocera, May 12, 2000: JP2000-133144 (6 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a substrate for a reflective AC type PDP(plasma display panel) and a method whereby the substrate for the AC type PDP can be manufactured with high accuracy and good reproducibility in a short time through a simple manufacturing process, the substrate having a high b ...


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Yoshioka Toshihiro, Miyakoshi Akira: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. NEC, April 21, 2000: JP2000-113827 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a plasma display panel requiring low power consumption and having good display quality.SOLUTION: A protruding dielectric layer 16a is partially formed on the surface of a first glass substrate 11a, and discharge maintaining electrodes 12a, 15a are formed on the surfa ...


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Tanaka Hiroyoshi, Funemi Koji, Funakoshi Yasutomo, Inoue Isamu: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. Matsushita Electric, October 24, 2000: JP2000-299066 (5 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a technique capable of effectively forming transparent electrodes at a low cost by a method like a laser ablation method when manufacturing a PDP. SOLUTION: In this plasma display, display electrode groups 12a, 12b comprising transparent electrodes 121a, 121b and bus ...


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Shimada Yojiro, Hirakawa Hitoshi, Katayama Takashi: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. Fujitsu, April 28, 2000: JP2000-123747 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent discharge interference between vertically adjacent discharge cells and to improve the utilization factor of discharge light by arranging a pair of substrates face to face, arranging multiple stripe-like barrier ribs in parallel on one substrate, and providing wall-li ...


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Takada Yusuke, Murai Ryuichi, Yasui Hideaki, Shiokawa Akira, Fujii Akiyuki, Tanaka Hiroyoshi: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. Matsushita Electric, April 28, 2000: JP2000-123745 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve the display of a plasma display panel, that is, to sharply lower a blink of an image, and to improve luminous efficiency.SOLUTION: In this plasma display panel, discharge gas is enclosed in a gas discharge space between a pair of opposite substrates, and a protective ...


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Wachi Hiroshi, Moriwaki Takeshi, Higuchi Toshihiko: Protecting plate for plasma display panel and its manufacture. Asahi Glass, March 3, 2000: JP2000-067765 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To simply adjust light transmittance of a protecting plate by reducing white light transmittance of a C light source of a stacked body with a light transmittance adjusting layer in a specified ratio to the light transmittance of the stacked body in a state having no adjusting l ...


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Nakazawa Akira, Horinouchi Tetsuya: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. Fujitsu, March 3, 2000: JP2000-067763 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To increase luminescent brightness by forming a phosphor layer having a projection lower than a barrier rib and capable of increasing a fluorescent area in a slender groove between ribs. SOLUTION: Wall-shaped projections 6 are formed so as to have the height of 80% of the heigh ...


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Ashida Makoto: Plasma display panel and its manufacture. NEC, March 31, 2000: JP2000-090836 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent luminescence to an adjacent cell, to increase removing capability of impurity gas in a panel, to reduce exhaustion baking time, and to improve yield and reliability, by providing an exhaustion groove at a position corresponding to an un-discharge gap portion. SOLUTIO ...