Month of April 2001 - Page Number 6

Showing 51 - 60 of 79 from April 2001
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  1. 51.
    SENDING AN SOS ALONG WITH THE EXACT LOCATION
    IPCOM000004704D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Apr-13
  2. 52.
    INTELLIGENT BACKLIGHTING FOR MICRO BROWSER
    IPCOM000004703D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Apr-13
  3. 53.
    ANTI-CLONE MECHANISM FOR CELLULAR PHONE
    IPCOM000004702D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Apr-13
  4. 54.
    Disclosed is a method for N-well resistivity reduction by N-well accumulation capacitor. Benefits include reduced GTL driver size, reduced capacitive loading, and increased speed.
    IPCOM000004701D | 2001-Apr-12
  5. 55.
    Extractive Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy is used to characterize the deposition rate of a new high dielectric constant metal oxide chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) material, TN, or tetrakis nitrato titanium [Ti(NO3)4]. The inorganic precursor tetrakis nitrato titanium deposits thin titanium dioxide...
    IPCOM000004700D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Apr-12
  6. 56.
    Disclosed is a design of a thermal heatsink for a processor on a server platform
    IPCOM000004699D | 2001-Apr-12
  7. 57.
    Disclosed is a design for a high productivity no-load inline dimensional inspection device. Benefits include a method for accurately measuring the distance between two planes on the same side of the component.
    IPCOM000004698D | 2001-Apr-12
  8. 58.
    Disclosed is a design for a MOSFET air-cooling module (MACM) for a voltage transient tool (VTT). Benefits include a high efficiency, self-sufficient, localized cooling system that functions in a small area and volume with high current inputs.
    IPCOM000004697D | 2001-Apr-12
  9. 59.
    Disclosed is a method for rate pacing a network to improve Host system bus efficiency. The benefits include improved efficiency, improved reliability from decreased packet loss, and effective implementation in the WAN environment.
    IPCOM000004696D | 2001-Apr-12
  10. 60.
    Disclosed is a software implementation for an automated parameter group test application for an intelligent I/O device-driver module. Benefits include parameter modification by group, standardized test cases by group, and automated testing from the Host using standard messaging
    IPCOM000004695D | 2001-Apr-12