Month of April 2002 - Page Number 4

Showing 31 - 40 of 369 from April 2002
Browse Prior Art Database
  1. 31.
    The current RXCDR does not accept packet switched voice. The RXCDR has a dedicated chan- nel between the call processing BSC and the MSC via the RXCDR system to do the voice encoding/ decoding. The current RXCDR does no switching ofthe voice conversation dynamically. No BSC device has sufficient connections to the TDM...
    IPCOM000007838D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  2. 32.
    Nickel electrode NiMH cells typically heat significantly at the beginning of fast charge. This early heating can cause chargers to trip early if the primary termination is AT Ifthe charger cannot be modified to accommodate this early heating (by ignoring AT for, say, the first five minutes of fast charge) then the...
    IPCOM000007837D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  3. 33.
    The exhaust from the acid exhaust scrubbers at semiconductor plants otlen contains ammonia salts as an emission. These salts are a byproduct of the chemicals used in the manufacture of semiconduc- tors. The salts create a visible emission (plume) Tom the exhaust stack.
    IPCOM000007836D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  4. 34.
    In wireless, trunked communication systems, mobile radio system access occurs over control chan- nels. The control channels carry most of the control- related messages in the system including, but not limited to: origination requests, channel assignments, power control, time alignment and system resource availability....
    IPCOM000007835D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  5. 35.
    To date we have been processing wafers with solder bumps for flip chip applications and have developed a process for manufacturing planar, spiral copper inductors for RF applications. The purpose of this disclosure is to describe the process for implementing these two structures on the same die, thus allowing for flip...
    IPCOM000007834D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  6. 36.
    Within the iDEN system, a technique called bypass is used to prevent audio degradation when two mobiles units communicate with each other dur- ing telephone interconnect mode. This is accom- plished by simply routing the HDLC packets through the PSTN as they were originally encoded from the transmitting subscriber....
    IPCOM000007833D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  7. 37.
    Powerful data processing chips may have large instruction sets containing as many as 500 instruc- tions. In order to support such a large instruction set, a chip requires a large decoder to handle these instructions. However, a large decoder increases the power requirements of the chip and consumes valu- able space on...
    IPCOM000007832D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  8. 38.
    This invention uses a time reference at each site that is coordinated with a universal time reference such as a GPS system. This time reference provides a one second tick which is the basis of the launch time encoded in digital simulcast systems. This launch time is a tick value (here afier called a launch tick)...
    IPCOM000007831D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  9. 39.
    A dispatch controller (DAP) provides mobility management and call control for dispatch services. In general, a DAP is designed to operate at a point where a certain rate of location changes, call initia- tions, and push-to-talks can be sustained indefinitely, This is called the normal operating point (see Fig- ure 1)....
    IPCOM000007830D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Aug-01
  10. 40.
    Disclosed is a method for a quick-turn monitor (QTM) for assembly-induced inter-layer dielectric (ILD) failures using blanket dielectric films. Benefits include improved reliability.
    IPCOM000007829D | 2002-Apr-25