Month of September 2004 - Page Number 5

Showing 41 - 50 of 364 from September 2004
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  1. 41.
    System and procedure for providing context sensitive information for cells in a table
    IPCOM000031506D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-27
  2. 42.
    Construction of Electromagnetic (EMC) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) enclosures for computing equipment encounters various problems due to effectiveness against electromagnetic radiation, ease-of-implementation, and increased manufacturing and bill of material costs. These problems are compounded for small...
    IPCOM000031489D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-27
  3. 43.
    Memory Interposer Error Tool
    IPCOM000031488D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-27
  4. 44.
    Computer memory subsystems are increasing in density and speed while computer enclosure sizes keep getting smaller for the same number of components, everything contributing to an increasing thermal challenge. Previously a system with multiple DIMMS hardly needed any direct cooling but recently designs have been...
    IPCOM000031487D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-27
  5. 45.
    Reordering a Multi-Device PCI bridge chip by assigning the bridge device a base device number to value that is the maximum bitfield value (31) to the first bridge device instance and the second device bridge instance becomes 0. So that when a PCI bus walking application scans the bus the second device (0) would...
    IPCOM000031486D | Original Publication Date: 2004-Sep-27
  6. 46.
    High moment CoFe films on thin NiFe underlayers N.X. Sun, J. Jarratt, and R. Hsiao In this work, we disclose high saturation magnetization soft magnetic films, the NiFe seeded CoFe films with Co in the range of 30~40at%. The NiFe seeded CoFe films have a high saturation magnetization, low coercivity, decent...
    IPCOM000031485D | 2004-Sep-27
  7. 47.
    Disclosed is an improvement that relates to a perpendicular magnetic recording head and, more particularly, to a write head pole tip with a non-magnetic metallic layer on top of said pole tip.
    IPCOM000031484D | 2004-Sep-27
  8. 48.
    Large parasitic resistance from the antiferromagnetic pinning layers lower the magnetoresistance for the CPP GMR sensor. We disclose a structure to lower the parasitic resistance. The pinning layers, the antiferromagnetic layers, and portions of the ferromagnetic pinned layers are extended in the track width and...
    IPCOM000031483D | 2004-Sep-27
  9. 49.
    Disclosed herein is a device and method to define a three terminal magnetic sensor. More particularly, to the definition of at least one edge of a free layer in said sensor via ion implantation.
    IPCOM000031482D | 2004-Sep-27
  10. 50.
    The pinning of the self-pinned sensor is improved by incorporating Co-Pt high Hc material in one embodiment and Ni45Fe55 high positive magnetostriction material in the second embodiment.
    IPCOM000031481D | 2004-Sep-27