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Month of July 2009 - Page Number 1

Showing 1 - 10 of 513 from July 2009
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    IPCOM000185695D | 2009-Jul-31
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    IPCOM000185694D | 2009-Jul-31
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    This invention removes the optical illusions created by edge effects & picture framing (non-uniform appearance near the edges) when comparing a master chip to an actual part.
    IPCOM000185693D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jul-31
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    Disclosed is a connector interposer concept which provides a convenient method of physical asset security by reducing the number of steps required to secure an electronic asset but still providing physical security at a level equal to today’s solutions.
    IPCOM000185692D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jul-31
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    The present disclosure relates to a solid form of bosentan and a crystallization process for its preparation
    IPCOM000185691D | 2009-Jul-31
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    IPCOM000185690D | 2009-Jul-31
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    Often a developer has to write a program that is very similar to an existing one. In such case using the code of the existing program is much easier than writing from scratch. However, extracting the needed parts of the code can be a difficult task even if the source code is available. The approach described in this...
    IPCOM000185686D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jul-31
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    IPCOM000185675D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jul-31
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    Classical ML decoders of multiple input multiple output (MIMO) systems like the sphere decoder, the Schnorr-Euchner algorithm, the Fano and the stack decoders suffer from high complexity for high number of antennas and large constellation sizes. In this paper, we investigate the use of parallel processing for stack...
    IPCOM000185674D | 2009-Jul-30
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    This solution provides one large all points addressable display on a blade style or similar chassis replacing the individual displays from each blade. This single display is located adjacent to the blade grouping, spanning the edges of all of the blades. Status information for each blade is now displayed adjacent to...
    IPCOM000185673D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Jul-30