Month of March 2005 - Page Number 16

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  1. 151.
    Disclosed is a combination of a file archiving system and a new stackable file system. This combination reduces the delays and the real disk space requirements involved in writing, archiving, restoring, and reading very large disk files.
    IPCOM000117967D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Mar-31
  2. 152.
    Disclosed is a supplementary power circuit fort with a multiple power supply system.
    IPCOM000117966D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  3. 153.
    Disclosed is a technique for automatically notifying consumers of advertised and in-store specials, to improve the matching of consumers to on-sale products.
    IPCOM000117965D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Mar-31
  4. 154.
    It would be desirable to attach digital Input/Output (I/O) cameras to Universal Serial Bus (USB) and IEEE 1394 buses. USB has a max data rate of 12 Megabits/sec and the IEEE 1394 has a data rate of 200 Megabits/sec moving to 400 Megabits/sec with todays VLSI. The data rate for digital studio quality video is 168...
    IPCOM000117964D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  5. 155.
    Disclosed is a head assembly for a helical-scan optical-tape drive.
    IPCOM000117963D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  6. 156.
    Disclosed is a means for capturing a signature or two dimensional image with a traditional bar code scanner, not a two dimensional scanner.
    IPCOM000117962D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  7. 157.
    Disclosed is a method to prevent illegal copying of copyrighted material recorded on media such as optical discs.
    IPCOM000117961D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Mar-31
  8. 158.
    This document describes a mechanism to boost the performances of a connectionless Switched Multimegabit Data Services (SMDS) server by minimizing the amount of traffic and processing that the server function has to perform.
    IPCOM000117960D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  9. 159.
    Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) fail to spin up due to excessive stiction between the slider and disk. 'Torque Amplification' is a microcode based procedure that is executed when the HDDs fail to start up normally. It is a complex that is used to drive the spindle motor in order to amplify the available torque via...
    IPCOM000117959D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01
  10. 160.
    Disclosed is a means for recovering stolen items that are typically connected to a network, such as TVs, VCRs, and PCs.
    IPCOM000117958D | Original Publication Date: 1996-Jul-01