Month of December 2005 - Page Number 16

Showing 151 - 160 of 352 from December 2005
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  1. 151.
    Disclosed is a method for PCI Express lane breaker test apparatus. Benefits include improved functionality, improved performance, and improved reliability.
    IPCOM000132456D | 2005-Dec-16
  2. 152.
    Disclosed is a method for dynamic alignment of memory interface data receivers. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000132455D | 2005-Dec-16
  3. 153.
    Disclosed is a method for creating virtual PCI nodes for memory mapped devices. Benefits include improved functionality and improved cost effectiveness.
    IPCOM000132453D | 2005-Dec-16
  4. 154.
    Disclosed is a method for an enhanced clock enable (CKE) algorithm to eliminate low-performance asynchronous on-die termination (ODT) transactions. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000132452D | 2005-Dec-16
  5. 155.
    Disclosed is a method for an enhanced self-refresh exit command. Benefits include improved functionality and improved reliability.
    IPCOM000132451D | 2005-Dec-16
  6. 156.
    Disclosed is a method for a magnetic vector interconnect. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000132450D | 2005-Dec-16
  7. 157.
    Disclosed is a method for crosstalk cancellation by alternating the signal transition polarity between lanes of an edge position modulated (EPM) data interface. Benefits include improved functionality, improved performance, improved ease of implementation, and improved cost effectiveness
    IPCOM000132449D | 2005-Dec-16
  8. 158.
    The invention provides an improved TrackPoint device for the laptop or portable computer. The new design has a sensor on the TrackPoint head. This sensor is capable of detecting vertical clicks or vertical pressure, as well as sliding moves in any horizontal direction.
    IPCOM000132448D | Original Publication Date: 2005-Dec-16
  9. 159.
    Many materials are intended to be used within a short time (seconds to hours) after being removed from the container in which they were sold. Consumers rarely use accurate timers when using products and they often ignore or misestimate the elapsed time. As a result, products may not meet consumer expectations. To...
    IPCOM000132447D | 2005-Dec-16
  10. 160.
    Many disposable absorbent garments have regions with elastic strands attached to a nonwoven material. To improve fit and comfort, we propose that regions with elastic materials can be given increased range in stretching to extend beyond the length of the original nonwoven material. This can be done by providing...
    IPCOM000132446D | 2005-Dec-16