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Showing 1 - 10 of 536 from June 2014
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    In this paper we describe a method to accurately correct for offset/gain/tilt in quadrature terms (I and Q) for accurate calculation of phase in a 3x3 demodulated interferometric sensing system.
    IPCOM000237640D | 2014-Jun-30
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    Techniques are presented herein for improved network security. Traversal Using Relays around Network Address Translation (NAT) (TURN) can be used to solve the privacy problem by not exposing the host/server-reflexive candidate addresses to the remote peer for privacy reasons. Relayed candidates are advertised and...
    IPCOM000237639D | 2014-Jun-30
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    A mechanism is presented based on a new type of Segment Identifier that allows operators and large enterprise networks to deploy service chaining without requiring any change in the existing applications. The application segment mechanisms are applicable to both SR-MPLS and SR-IPv6 and address the strongest...
    IPCOM000237638D | 2014-Jun-30
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    IPCOM000237637D | 2014-Jun-30
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    The present publication describes polymorphic forms of Teriflunomide.
    IPCOM000237636D | 2014-Jun-28
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    Proximity sensor devices (also commonly called touch sensor devices) are widely used in a variety of electronic systems. A proximity sensor device typically includes a sensing region, often demarked by a surface in which input objects can be detected. The proximity sensor can be used to enable control of an associated...
    IPCOM000237635D | 2014-Jun-27
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    Proximity sensor devices (also commonly called touch sensor devices) are widely used in a variety of electronic systems. A proximity sensor device typically includes a sensing region, often demarked by a surface in which input objects can be detected. The proximity sensor can be used to enable control of an associated...
    IPCOM000237634D | 2014-Jun-27
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    This publication describes a passive electrical detent switch for power supplies that may or may not be provided by an external source. In this context, an electrical detent is in some ways analogous to the well-known mechanical detent that resists or arrests mechanical movement to some extent. Similarly, a passive...
    IPCOM000237633D | 2014-Jun-27
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    A method and system is disclosed for utilizing free space of distributed devices as a backup pool for a centralized backup system.
    IPCOM000237632D | 2014-Jun-27
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    A method and system is disclosed for providing persistent Network File System (NFS) client-ID opaque strings using a no hash collision directory structure.
    IPCOM000237631D | 2014-Jun-27