Month of November 2001 - Page Number 11

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  1. 101.
    Next generation portable devices are placing stringent requirements on overall system power and performance. Voice recognition, streaming video and high speed wireless internet access are just some of the features being incorporated in these handheld electronic gadgets. Therefore, some processors have been designed...
    IPCOM000005969D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Nov-20
  2. 102.
    IPCOM000005968D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Nov-20
  3. 103.
    Obtaining defect free mask blanks will be a significant challenge as lithographic feature size continues to be reduced. To enable the use of mask blanks that are not defect free but have a reasonably small number of defects, the pattern on the mask can be moved so that the mask blank defects do not affect the printed...
    IPCOM000005967D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Nov-20
  4. 104.
    The interest in multi-chip assemblies has increased in the semiconductor industry due to competition in multiple markets. Stacked chip assemblies has emerged as one possible solution that reduces component area without increasing wafer cost (i.e. embedding memory or other functionality on chip). In stacked chip...
    IPCOM000005966D | Original Publication Date: 2001-Nov-20
  5. 105.
    Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems that support telephone interconnect many times do not have the sophisticated ability to internally track and generate accurate long distance phone charges should the system subscribers wish to place calls outside their normal telephone calling area. This is so since the phone bill is a...
    IPCOM000005965D | Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-01
  6. 106.
    Simulcast systems which operate on loop microwave backbones require a high degree of manual diagnostic inter- pretation to determine which path in the loop failed. Once the failed path is known new simulcast equalization adjustments can be implemented for system optimization. Since no automatic detection method...
    IPCOM000005964D | Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-01
  7. 107.
    Many body-worn devices exist that provide some type of alert to the user, whether it be a timed alert in a watch, a message alert in a pager, an emergency alert in a radiation level detector, or any combination of these or other uses of alerts. These alerts typically are audible in nature and tend to be interruptive...
    IPCOM000005963D | Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-01
  8. 108.
    In order to use the optimum space envelope of an electronic module, it is an advantage to use the vertical plane by stacking PCBs one above each other. In practice this is difficult to do because the tracking to boards not connected directly to the connector becomes long and complex. As a result this approach is...
    IPCOM000005962D | Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-01
  9. 109.
    Existing host interfaces do no allow for receipt of addresses. They allow data transfer only. This invention relates to a processor for connection to one or more other processors in a manner whereby the one or more other processors may access the on-chip memory of the first processor by treating the first processor as...
    IPCOM000005961D | Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-01
  10. 110.
    A selective call receiver comprises a video display 1 and/or a speaker/microphone 2 for presenting a received message in a language selected by buttons 3. The received message is translated within a microprocessor within the selective call receiver. Additionally, the microphone 2 may receive spoken words for...
    IPCOM000005960D | Original Publication Date: 1990-Oct-01