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Month of July 2005 - Page Number 6

Showing 51 - 60 of 343 from July 2005
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  1. 51.
    This invention uses a number of conjoined methodologies to resolve this issue. The first methodology is the complete duplication of the device to be switched. The second methodology is the timing of the switch over event to coincide with a lull in USB traffic. The third methodology is the timing of the disconnect...
    IPCOM000126510D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  2. 52.
    Disclosed is a conference room reservation and management system using human sensors. This system promotes efficient usage of conference rooms. Human sensors monitor the conference room at all time to detect occupancy and provide information to the reservation and management system. The system will aid users to...
    IPCOM000126509D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  3. 53.
    Disclosed is a system that enables SAN distance extension is provided by FC switch or end storage device to ensures the source storage device never reaches its maximum allowed BBC count, and so enables it to maintain full throughput even at very long distances. Fibre Channel devices employ a credit-based flow...
    IPCOM000126508D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  4. 54.
    Fischer-Tropsch technology for the production of wax and middle distillate products is well documented. Decades of know-how regarding this subject matter have been documented in a recent publication "Fischer-Tropsch Technology", edited by A.P. Steynberg and M.E. Dry. As a result of changed and changing requirements...
    IPCOM000126507D | 2005-Jul-22
  5. 55.
    What follows is a vertical transistor single gate Push Pull device. The device has a vertical gate in silicon with a P device on one side and a N device on the other with a buried connection between the two devices.
    IPCOM000126506D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  6. 56.
    Electronic food preparation equipment such as Microwave ovens generally have more capability then normally used. There are different set up configurations, memory settings, multiple power levels and cooking profile selections. These functions are often unused because it is difficult to program, time consuming, and it...
    IPCOM000126505D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
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    IPCOM000126500D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-22
  8. 58.
    Polymeric cyclodextrins offer several potential advantages over monomeric cyclodextrins in a variety of applications, particularly those involving fibrous webs. The higher molecular weight of the polymeric cyclodextrins, for example, can contribute to improved performance. Applications of polymeric cyclodextrins can...
    IPCOM000126499D | 2005-Jul-21
  9. 59.
    Deviations in leakage and delay due to process variation have increased greatly with technology scaling. Presented are two adaptive MTCMOS schemes to address the growing leakage and delay spreads found in modern high-performance designs. Variable-Gate Voltage MTCMOS adjusts the applied gate voltage on footer devices...
    IPCOM000126498D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Jul-21
  10. 60.
    Some of the elastomeric raw materials used in the production of personal care areas have material properties such as stretch, basis weight and thickness that change from the outside of the roll to the core. Variation in such properties can affect material consumption, product dimensions and overall process control....
    IPCOM000126496D | 2005-Jul-21