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  1. 41.
    A method is described herein for effecting a variable-amount right rotate of a variable-width bit-field to support a data interleaving function. The method uses less hardware than a crossbar switch to perform the interleave function. The objective of the method presented is to replace the variable-width rotate with...
    IPCOM000038686D 2005-Jan-31
  2. 42.
    This article describes a technique to test quickly and accurately the assembly line data link (ALDL) cable which connects a diagnostic technician terminal to a vehicle. The ALDL cable is used to connect the diagnostic technician terminal to the vehicle. It plugs into a connector that ties the terminal to the serial...
    IPCOM000038685D 2005-Jan-31
  3. 43.
    The figure shows the mechanical link between the end-of-arm and end- of-arm tooling employed by robots. The link has a detented joint which actuates a switch when forced out of the detent position. One end of the link at surface "A" is mounted to the wrist axis of the robot, and the other end (surface "B") permits...
    IPCOM000038684D 2005-Jan-31
  4. 44.
    In this publication a technique is described wherein the performance of a CVS tree is greatly enhanced by electrically isolating the loading of the "off" tree branches within the tree from its output node. A design problem in the SCVS/DCVS circuit family greatly affects its performance. This may be explained,...
    IPCOM000038683D 2005-Jan-31
  5. 45.
    In an electronic package that has a chip mounted on a ceramic substrate by C-4 solder balls, a layer of polyimide screened over the entire substrate (except for the chip site) can provide two functions. First, the layer of polyimide can act as a solder dam for the C-4 interconnections. Second, the polyimide can act...
    IPCOM000038682D 2005-Jan-31
  6. 46.
    This article relates generally to CMOS integrated circuit devices and, more particularly, to transistor source/drain junction construction. Shallow source/drain junctions for submicron CMOS technology can be fabricated with lower sheet resistance, lower leakage current and improved reliability by forming a raised...
    IPCOM000038681D 2005-Jan-31
  7. 47.
    The toner concentration within the magnetic brush developer of a xerographic copier or printer is changed by a key operator by means of a control key which operates to change the development electrode bias voltage on the developer rolls, but only during the concentration network's test patch cycle. This control key...
    IPCOM000038680D 2005-Jan-31
  8. 48.
    This article relates generally to integrated circuit devices and, more particularly, to a process for constructing source/drain junctions in CMOS technology. Shallow source/drain junctions in submicron device technology can be readily constructed having low resistance by using selective tungsten deposition. Referring...
    IPCOM000038679D 2005-Jan-31
  9. 49.
    A drawback of the liquid crystal device (LCD) displays is the small viewing angle. To be read by the operator, the LCD screen must be properly oriented. The viewing angle can be changed by adjusting a dedicated input voltage. With a system such as a modem provided with a keyboard and a non- volatile memory, the...
    IPCOM000038678D 2005-Jan-31
  10. 50.
    An improvement to the component mounting arrangement described in U.S. Patent 3,647,533 is described. The method of producing bonding bumps described in that print generally comprise the steps of: 1. affixing a patterned mask to the substrate onto which bonding bumps are to be placed, and 2. depositing...
    IPCOM000038677D 2005-Jan-31