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JP3872303B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP3872303B2
Publication date: 2007-01-24
Application number: 2001061909
Filing date: 2001-03-06
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To eliminate lead which is an environmental contaminant and is included in solder alloy by substituting solder with another method when mounting electronic components
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JP3842981B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP3842981B2
Publication date: 2006-11-08
Application number: 2001075685
Filing date: 2001-03-16
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To mount electronic parts without using lead that is an environmental pollutant and contained in a solder alloy by adopting a method which can be substituted for soldering nor using lead components contained in the constituting materials of the parts
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JP2004220967A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2004220967A
Publication date: 2004-08-05
Application number: 2003008172
Filing date: 2003-01-16
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an organic electroluminescent display device of a simple matrix drive
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JP2003077679A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2003077679A
Publication date: 2003-03-14
Application number: 2001265619
Filing date: 2001-09-03
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problems in a cathode barrier method that a light emitting material and a cathode material adhere to an organic EL element in which insulated wires are arranged in parallel in the orthogonal direction to a stripe pattern of ITO and bonded after forming the stripe pattern of ITO to insulate and separate the cathode in a shadow part of the wire end prevent a mask and a back plate from coming into touch with a light emitting material part using the wire as a spacer wherein processes become complicated PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problems in a cathode barrier method that a light emitting material and a cathode material adhere to an organic EL element in which insulated wires are arranged in parallel in the orthogonal direction to a stripe pattern of ITO and bonded after ...more ...less
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JP2003077654A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2003077654A
Publication date: 2003-03-14
Application number: 2001265618
Filing date: 2001-09-03
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problems that a light emitting material is scratched due to the touch of the light emitting material adhering to a basic body with a mask and precise matching of a mask and the cathode is difficult. SOLUTION: After the light emitting material having a plurality of colors adheres by a second mask through a first mask arranged so as to adhere to the basic body closely PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problems that a light emitting material is scratched due to the touch of the light emitting material adhering to a basic body with a mask and precise matching of a mask and the cathode is difficult. SOLUTION: After the light emitting material ...more ...less
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JP2003262597A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2003262597A
Publication date: 2003-09-19
Application number: 2002062847
Filing date: 2002-03-08
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain a simple and low-cost variable resistance sensor system and to manufacture a circuit to be operated at a low power consumption. SOLUTION: When a resistance value detected by a sensor is used as a resister of an oscillation circuit by a CMOS
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JP2002280715A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2002280715A
Publication date: 2002-09-27
Application number: 2001075685
Filing date: 2001-03-16
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To mount electronic parts without using lead that is an environmental pollutant and contained in a solder alloy by adopting a method which can be substituted for soldering nor using lead components contained in the constituting materials of the parts
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JP2002271003A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2002271003A
Publication date: 2002-09-20
Application number: 2001061909
Filing date: 2001-03-06
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To eliminate lead which is an environmental contaminant and is included in solder alloy by substituting solder with another method when mounting electronic components
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US20010049030A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20010049030A1
Publication date: 2001-12-06
Application number: 09/193,500
Filing date: 1998-11-17
Abstract: An organic EL device capable of preventing a deterioration in luminous section and increasing an effective area of a luminous section and current gain thereof. The organic EL device includes at least one first electrode made of a transparent electrode material, at least one luminous section made of an organic EL material and formed on the first electrode, and at least one second electrode formed on the luminous section. The luminous section is arranged on the first electrode so that the first electrode has an annular upper surface portion which is not covered with the luminous section left on an upper surface thereof in a manner to surround the luminous section. The second electrode is formed so that the luminous section has an annular upper surface portion which is not covered with the second electrode left on an upper surface thereof in a manner to surround the second electrode. The organic EL device also includes at least one insulating side wall structure made of an insulating material, formed into an annular shape and arranged so as to cover the annular upper surface portion of the first electrode, an outer peripheral side surface of the luminous section, the annular upper surface portion of the luminous section and an outer peripheral side surface of the second electrode. The organic EL device also includes an insulating protective layer formed of an insulating material so as to cover the insulating side wall structure and an exposed portion of the first electrode and provided with holes through which an upper surface portion of the second electrode is exposed and at least one third electrode formed on the insulating protective layer and connected to the second electrode through the holes of the insulating protective layer. An organic EL device capable of preventing a deterioration in luminous section and increasing an effective area of a luminous section and current gain thereof. The organic EL device includes at least one first electrode made of a transparent electrode material, at least one ...more ...less