Month of November 2004 - Page Number 1

Showing 1 - 10 of 380 from November 2004
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    Disclosed is a method for tolerating longer hit latency in the presence of larger mid-level caches with software cooperation and smaller single-cycle caches. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000033183D | 2004-Nov-30
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    The present disclosure relates to delivering a stable frequency reference from an incoming signal such that wireless communication can be accomplished with an implantable miniature device or microstimulator. The space limitations of a microstimulator restrict using a conventional quarts or other stable time base from...
    IPCOM000033182D | 2004-Nov-30
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    Disclosed is a method for solder mask crack termination grooves for a folded package. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000033181D | 2004-Nov-30
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    Disclosed are sunscreen formulations containing a 50% dispersion of micronized trisbiphenyltriazine. As emulsifying system a combination of cetyl phosphate and lecithin is used. With this basic W/O formulation high galenical stability, good spreadability and nice application properties can be created. Sunscreens based...
    IPCOM000033169D | 2004-Nov-30
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    Disclosed are specific compositions for hair-care applications which are useful for the protection of human and animal hair from oxidative degradation processes (photooxidation, autooxidation). The hair-protection actives in these compositions are selected from (A) specific antioxidants, (B1) benztriazole UV...
    IPCOM000033153D | 2004-Nov-30
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    A method is disclosed using nanowires to efficiently transfer heat from a component at higher temperature to a component at lower temperature. The approach demonstrates a thermal solution for future processors and ICs.
    IPCOM000033152D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Nov-30
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    IPCOM000033150D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Nov-30
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    Disclosed is a method for distributed chemical sensing using integrated devices in cell phones. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000033149D | 2004-Nov-29
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    Disclosed is a method for a virtual thumb keyboard. Benefits include improved functionality, improved performance, improved usability, and improved design flexibility.
    IPCOM000033148D | 2004-Nov-29
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    Disclosed is a method for prepatterned solid film underfill (UF) with thermocompression bonding (TCB). Benefits include improved functionality, improved performance, improved reliability, improved process simplification, and improved throughput.
    IPCOM000033147D | 2004-Nov-29