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Month of March 2002 - Page Number 3

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  1. 21.
    The application shown below describes a pat- (see Figure 3.). Thus, when force is applied to the tern of conductive ink (Silicone based) printed onto button the conductive ink makes contact with a con- a flat section (see Figure 1.) of an Elastomeric ductive element (i.e. Ink, copper, etc.. .) which Switchpad. When...
    IPCOM000007463D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  2. 22.
    It has been discovered that an addition of both E-beam gate and pulsed current probe to an E-beam equipment enables the time-domain, non-invasive inductance measurement of a lead. The pulse-mode inductance measurement is the only method for obtaining the inductance which is valid for estimat- ing the SSN (simultaneous...
    IPCOM000007462D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  3. 23.
    The circuit described below determines the clock frequency required for the switched capacitor filter based upon the latch rate to the DACs assuming 2X oversampling, the sample rate could be 4X or 8X etc. if desired. In this case the additional logic auto- matically adjusts the corner freq. of the SCF as the sample...
    IPCOM000007461D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  4. 24.
    The design of a start-up circuit is also critical. With Cgaas" technology, there are three potentially stable states: zero current, the desired current, and a state where only the gates ofthe FETs are conducting. The reference shown here has a circuit which ensures that only the desired state is stable.
    IPCOM000007460D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  5. 25.
    Currently in trunked radio systems, any user who can login to the management terminal may view any information within the database. As radio sys- tems become increasingly large, complex and expen- sive, it is likely that several groups, or agencies, will share a trunked radio system. However, these agen- cies may wish...
    IPCOM000007459D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  6. 26.
    Traditionally flash A/D converters are implemen- ted using comparators. The comparators are very accurate, but have the drawbacks of continuous cur- rent consumption, and the need for external volt- age(s) reference(s).
    IPCOM000007458D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01
  7. 27.
    Method for manufacturing a cover whereby different layers are preheated and bonded to each other in a cold mold.
    IPCOM000007457D | 2002-Mar-28
  8. 28.
    Fuel Cell Tie Rods are made from a shape memory alloy. These function as a load follow up system to maintain a desired compressive force on the fuel cell stack.
    IPCOM000007456D | 2002-Mar-27
  9. 29.
    In Motorola trunking systems today, the presence of interference at a base radio (BR) receiver is reported within the system infrastructure. The channel with the interference present will not be assigned for communications using an algorithm based on the signal level and the length of time the interference is present....
    IPCOM000007455D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Mar-27
  10. 30.
    In the existing pagers with multiple addresses (which typically consist ofindividual address, group address and maildrop address), the user has no way to selectively "turn olI" or deactivate any particular address without turning off the pager which effectively will shut down ALL the pager addresses. It is anticipated...
    IPCOM000007454D | Original Publication Date: 1995-Jul-01