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    When a packet is sent from one host to the other, one normally expects that exactly one copy of the packet that was sent arrives at the destination. It is, however, possible that a packet is either lost or that multiple copies arrive.
    IPCOM000183719D | Original Publication Date: 2009-May-01
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    IPCOM000183718D | Original Publication Date: 2009-May-30
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    The invention is a directional surface-wave coupler (SWC) that launches transverse-electric (TE) mode electromagnetic surface waves (SW) into a surface-wave medium (SWM). An electromagnetic surface wave is any wave confined to propagate along the two-dimensional interface between two medium, e.g. the interface...
    IPCOM000183639D | 2009-May-29
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    IPCOM000183638D | 2009-May-29
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    IPCOM000183637D | 2009-May-29
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    This disclosure describes an energy storage system for MEMS scale devices. Providing power to MEMS sensors is often achieved by bonding discrete power sources to the MEMS device but seamless integration of the power source and the MEMS device can be challenging and limited integration can diminish device performance...
    IPCOM000183636D | 2009-May-29
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    IPCOM000183635D | 2009-May-29
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    Disclosed is a system to test websites. Given a set of testers, a set of automated tests, a set of computers and a set of target systems (websites) to test, find an efficient way to test the websites.
    IPCOM000183634D | Original Publication Date: 2009-May-29
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    The invention is a low-profile surface-wave coupler (SWC) that launches transverse-magnetic (TM) mode electromagnetic surface waves (SW) into a surface-wave medium (SWM). An electromagnetic surface wave is any wave confined to propagate along the two-dimensional interface between two medium, e.g. the interface between...
    IPCOM000183633D | 2009-May-29
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    Disclosed is a functionality of a program and process used to validate a high volume of Domain Name Server (DNS) Internet Protocol (IP) and Time-to-Live (TTL) value changes for a list of hostnames and Domain Name Servers across the internet.
    IPCOM000183632D | Original Publication Date: 2009-May-29