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    To deploy cables and tools against wellhead pressure while removing or minimising the need for sinker bars.
    IPCOM000169913D | 2008-Apr-30
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    A dual TouchPad design enables a number of two-handed interaction techniques that offer improved usability. This document describes several interaction techniques and gestures for dual TouchPad designs.
    IPCOM000169912D | 2008-Apr-30
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    ABSTRACT Video decoding may be performed by either hardware or software, wherein the compressed data is restored to a visible image for display to a user. In both cases, uncompressed data from the decoder is typically not saved to a file prior to the uncompressed data being rendered by a video renderer in a graphics...
    IPCOM000169910D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Apr-30
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    Problems exist with computer air intake screens becomming clogged and inteferring with the operation of the cooling fans. The dust particles are not easily brushed away when clogged in the screen. An existing fix is to add a stick on filter to the outside of the box to filter incoming air . The drawback to this...
    IPCOM000169909D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Apr-30
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    The invention relates, in general, to oscilloscopes. More specifically, the invention relates to a system and method for waveform recording and playback in oscilloscopes.
    IPCOM000169908D | 2008-Apr-30
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    This document specifies ROHC (Robust Header Compression) profiles that efficiently compress RTP/UDP/IP (Real-Time Transport Protocol, User Datagram Protocol, Internet Protocol), RTP/UDP-Lite/IP (User Datagram Protocol Lite), UDP/IP, UDP-Lite/IP, IP and ESP/IP (Encapsulating Security Payload) headers.
    IPCOM000169904D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Apr-01
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    IPCOM000169900D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Apr-30
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    Tools, sports equipment, musical instruments and other devices that are required to be touched or held in use (such as by or in the users’ hands) are usually designed to be touched or gripped in a specific manner. The use of capacitive sensor(s) to detect a touch or grip is a novel application of capacitive sensing...
    IPCOM000169899D | 2008-Apr-29
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    An exemplary joint with interference fit for use in the handrail of a patient table is presented. Also, a method for assembling the exemplary joint with interference fit is presented. The method uses computer simulation to aid in the assembly of the joint.
    IPCOM000169885D | 2008-Apr-29
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    IPCOM000169881D | Original Publication Date: 2008-Apr-29