Month of October 2002 - Page Number 1

Showing 1 - 10 of 180 from October 2002
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    Lubricating oil compositions comprising an effective amount of a sulfurized olefin oxidation inhibitor containing two or fewer sulfur atoms in the sulfur bridge provide improved oxidative oil thickening in internal combustion engines as demonstrated in the Sequence IIIF test.
    IPCOM000010189D | 2002-Oct-31
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    Disclosed is a method for utilizing stubby pins to provide flexural compliance for ball-grid array (BGA) interconnects with low-coefficient for thermal expansion (CTE) packages. Benefits include improved reliability.
    IPCOM000010187D | 2002-Oct-30
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    Disclosed is a method for a solid-state electrochemical oxygen pump to generate desired P(O2) in steady-state steady-flow (SSSF) gas streams in which chemical processes occur. Benefits include improved functionality.
    IPCOM000010186D | 2002-Oct-30
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    This invention uses predefined calls to offer a cheap and easy-to-use solution for making calls to an emergency centre.
    IPCOM000010185D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Oct-30
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    This paper describes the definition of SMS distribution lists in a GSM phone’s address book. This represents an improvement in sending SMS messages to a group of people.
    IPCOM000010184D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Oct-30
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    Transmitting the phone number electronically from the payer to the payee for a ‘Paybox’.
    IPCOM000010183D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Oct-30
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    Disclosed is a method that uses a pre-formed sheet of solder spheres embedded in a phase change flux. The pre-formed sheet contains the specific interconnect pattern for a given device, controlling the pitch and true position of the spheres. Benefits include improved process yields and higher UPH.
    IPCOM000010182D | 2002-Oct-30
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    Disclosed is a method for a metal core (for CPU and other HDI organic substrates) with a standard punched array of holes. The holes of the metal core are positioned to provide complete flexibility for a multitude of routing designs using the same core.
    IPCOM000010181D | 2002-Oct-30
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    Disclosed is a method of stencil printing on large apertures in which gross vision check achieves acceptable alignment accuracy. The disclosed method is a simultaneous, parallel configuration on two carriers during one print stroke, which increases the throughput by doubling the UPH (units per hour).
    IPCOM000010180D | 2002-Oct-30
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    Disclosed is a method for manufacturing a controlled leak-rate package. Benefits include the systematic creation of the leaking packages.
    IPCOM000010178D | 2002-Oct-30