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John Wood: Electronic circuitry. Multigig, Chapman and Cutler, April 29, 2003: US06556089 (51 worldwide citation)

Timing signal generation and distribution are combined in operation of a signal path exhibiting endless electromagnetic continuity affording signal phase inversion and having associated regenerative active means. Two-or more-phases of substantially square-wave bipolar signals arise directly in trave ...


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John Wood: Electronic pulse generator and oscillator. MultiGIG, Anthony B Diepenbrock III, Dechert, June 26, 2007: US07236060 (32 worldwide citation)

Distributed traveling wave oscillator circuitry is disclosed. The oscillator circuitry includes a signal path, a plurality of active switching means, and a direction promoting means. The signal path is formed from a pair of adjacent conductors and exhibits endless electric or magnetic continuity. Th ...


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John Wood: Rotary clock flash analog to digital converter system and method. Multigig, IPxLaw Group, October 27, 2009: US07609756 (29 worldwide citation)

System and method for converting an analog voltage to a digital signal. The system includes an input voltage sampler, a ramp generator, a comparator, a time-to-digital converter (TDC), and a multiphase oscillator, preferably a rotary traveling wave oscillator, that provides the critical system timin ...


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John Wood: Rotary clock synchronous fabric. Multigig, IPxLaw Group, September 28, 2010: US07805697 (22 worldwide citation)

Methods for generating a design for logic circuitry using rotary traveling wave oscillators (RTWOs) are described. A plurality of RTWOs are is arranged into an array of rows and columns. Adjacent elements in the array are interconnected so that the clocks in adjacent element are phase synchronous. C ...


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John Wood: Electronic circuitry. Multigig, Chapman and Cutler, February 25, 2003: US06525618 (21 worldwide citation)

Electronic circuitry having two circuitry parts each having timing signal generating and distribution means using signal path provisions exhibiting endless electromagnetic continuity affording signal phase inversion with associated regenerative active means so as to serve as source of said timing si ...


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Wood John, Basit Haris Fozan: True time delay phase array radar using rotary clocks and electronic delay lines. Multigig, Wood John, Basit Haris Fozan, DIEPENBROCK Anthony B III, December 14, 2006: WO/2006/133225 (14 worldwide citation)

Local oscillator circuitry for an antenna array is disclosed. The circuitry includes an array of rotary traveling wave oscillators which are arranged in a pattern over an area and coupled so as to make them coherent. This provides for a set of phase synchronous local oscillators distributed over a l ...


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John Wood: Low noise oscillator. Multigig, Anthony B Diepenbrock III, Dechert, May 15, 2007: US07218180 (13 worldwide citation)

A low noise oscillator constructed using a rotary traveling wave oscillator. The conductors of the rotary traveling wave oscillator provide at any tap position a pair of oppositely phased oscillations and these oscillations have slightly different phases at positions that are slightly different on t ...


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John Wood: Electronic circuitry. Multigig, Anthony B Diepenbrock III, Dechert, November 9, 2004: US06816020 (12 worldwide citation)

Timing signal generation and distribution are combined in operation of a signal path exhibiting endless electromagnetic continuity affording signal phase inversion and having associated regenerative active means. Two-or more-phases of substantially square-wave bipolar signals arise directly in trave ...


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John Wood: Dual PLL loop for phase noise filtering. Multigig, IPxLaw Group, July 12, 2011: US07978012 (10 worldwide citation)

System for filtering an input frequency to produce an output frequency having low phase noise. A first PLL includes, in the feedback path, a frequency translation circuit which translates a frequency from a VCO in the first PLL by an offset frequency provided by the second PLL to provide either a su ...


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John Wood: Double feedback rotary traveling wave oscillator driven sampler circuits. Multigig, October 21, 2008: US07439777 (9 worldwide citation)

A sampling circuit and method are disclosed. The sampling circuit includes a buffer, a holding capacitor, a set of switches, and at least two voltage references. The buffer drives buffered analog input signal via a first switch to a first node of holding capacitor. A second switch connects a second ...