Month of December 2002 - Page Number 15

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  1. 141.
    IPCOM000010447D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  2. 142.
    IPCOM000010446D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  3. 143.
    IPCOM000010445D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  4. 144.
    Flying Height Characterization Below 10 nm Presented is an alternative method for the characterization of FH when spacings get below 10nm. At these levels the industry is faced with an accuracy problem. Many have tried to address the problem with only some success. New optical techniques have been proposed (and...
    IPCOM000010444D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  5. 145.
    There is a potential problem with todays read/write heads that thermally induced protrusion can be 0.07nm/degC. This means that (keeping other parameters constant) the magnetic and mechanical spacing would change by more than 3.5nm in normal operating ranges (5-55deg C for mobile drives). Below the current 15 nm...
    IPCOM000010443D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  6. 146.
    The addition of a heating element protrudes the read and/or write sensors closer to the disk for read/write operations. In a low flying height environment the ability to control the sensor relative to the disk is critical in order to get good magnetic signal and limit how close to the disk the mechanical slider body...
    IPCOM000010442D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  7. 147.
    IPCOM000010441D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-03
  8. 148.
    The procedure outlined solves the lack of burnishing efficiency of head disk interfaces that require burnishing. To reduce the magnetic spacing between the head and the disk, the allowance for interference is a promising solution path. However, the ever decreasing disk take-off height will limit the effectiveness...
    IPCOM000010440D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-02
  9. 149.
    A structure and method of forming a semiconductor power device having ESD, over-temperature and over-voltage protection schemes and a temperature compensated sustaining voltage is provided by integrating a plurality of temperature compensated voltage reference diodes. The diodes protect the device by clamping the...
    IPCOM000010439D | 2002-Dec-02
  10. 150.
    Sensitive Data Leak Alert (SDLA) is an efficient alarm method to determine if confidential or sensitive data is being transmitted outside a corporate firewall.
    IPCOM000010438D | Original Publication Date: 2002-Dec-02