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Inventor:
Ikeda; Asako
Address:
Tokyo, JP
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7509052 Optical receiver, optical transmitter and optical transceiver March 24, 2009
An optical receiver includes a first light receiving element to convert an optical signal to an electric signal and to output the electric signal from one end. A light receiving element row is connected to the other end of the first light receiving element to supply electric power to the
7248800 Optical receiver, optical transmitter and optical transceiver July 24, 2007
An optical receiver includes a first light receiving element to convert an optical signal to an electric signal and to output the electric signal from one end. A light receiving element row is connected to the other end of the first light receiving element to supply electric power to the










 
 
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