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John J Zasio, Larry Cooke: CMOS scannable latch. Storage Technology Partners, Bryant R Gold, January 22, 1985: US04495629 (151 worldwide citation)

An improved scannable latch circuit allows its output to be monitored during effectively 100% of the system clock cycle. The circuit further provides dual isolated outputs, one of which is used as a latch output and the other of which is used as a shift-register output. A computer system, in which t ...


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Donald W Clay, Michael J O Keeffe, S Robert Perera, Howard H Rather, John P Rundell: Optical data format employing resynchronizable data sectors. Storage Technology Partners 11, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 13, 1988: US04791622 (112 worldwide citation)

An optical disk drive system with which data may be permanently and correctly stored on removable media. The system includes a drive into which the media, a disk housed in a cartridge, may be removably inserted. The drive interfaces with a host CPU through a storage control unit, which storage contr ...


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Neal Glover, Michael J O Keeffe, S Robert Perera: Shared encoder/decoder circuits for use with error correction codes of an optical disk system. Storage Technology Partners II, Bryant R Gold, James R Young, December 31, 1985: US04562577 (77 worldwide citation)

A shared encoder/decoder circuit for use with a Reed-Solomon coding scheme of an optical disk storage system. The optical disk system includes a drive adapted to permanently store data on a removable platter. Prior to recording a data byte on the platter, the data is encoded with a Reed-Solomon code ...


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Laurence H Cooke, Robert A Feretich, Richard F Boyle: Scannable asynchronous/synchronous CMOS latch. Storage Technology Partners, Bryant R Gold, James R Young, September 10, 1985: US04540903 (75 worldwide citation)

A scannable asynchronous/synchronous CMOS latch circuit that includes a first, second, and third latch element, an asynchronous latch section, and a clock control section. When operated as a synchronous latch, the first latch element operates as the "master" portion and the second latch element acts ...


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John J Zasio: CMOS Circuit using transmission line interconnections. Storage Technology Partners, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, November 8, 1983: US04414480 (59 worldwide citation)

A CMOS output circuit for an integrated circuit chip used in high speed computers is designed so that it can drive transmission line interconnects to thereby increase the speed of the transfer of signals between chips. The CMOS circuit can drive either a nonterminated transmission line, a terminated ...


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Nathan Wiscombe: System for parallel power supplies. Storage Technology Partners, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, October 21, 1986: US04618779 (58 worldwide citation)

A system and method of connecting power supplies in parallel that provides desired voltage regulation at the load and current sharing between the power supplies. The power supplies are connected in parallel at the load. Each power supply also has a sense line connected at the load. Each power supply ...


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John J Zasio: CMOS LSI and VLSI chips having internal delay testing capability. Storage Technology Partners, Bryant R Gold, January 22, 1985: US04495628 (55 worldwide citation)

A CMOS LSI or VLSI integrated circuit chip includes a shift register circuit that provides internal delay testing capability. The shift register circuit is disposed around the periphery of the chip and includes a large number of serially connected stages. One mode of operation allows a data signal t ...


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S Robert Perera, Michael J O Keeffe: Error detection and correction in an optical storage system. Storage Technology Partners II, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 30, 1986: US04633471 (52 worldwide citation)

A self-checking shared encoder/decoder circuit for use with a Reed-Solomon coding scheme of an optical disk storage system. The optical disk system includes a drive adapted to permanently store data on a removable platter. Prior to recording a data byte on the platter, the data is encoded with a Ree ...


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Majeed Abed, Robert P McIntosh: Optical disk storage unit having a servo system with different velocity inputs. Storage Technology Partners II, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 2, 1986: US04627038 (45 worldwide citation)

An optical disk storage unit has an improved access and tracking system in which a low speed velocity signal is derived from a differentiated position error signal. The output of the differentiator is applied to a blanking circuit which disconnects the steep slope portion of the position error signa ...


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Amadeus P Rebaudo, Art J Gwerder, William C Chow, Stimson F Ho: Printed circuit board connector for use in computer systems. Storage Technology Partners, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, September 4, 1984: US04470100 (42 worldwide citation)

A connector arrangement for making connections between printed circuit boards and connectors located on parallel side panels such as the side panels of a card cage of a computer central processing unit. The printed circuit boards are part of modules which include a retractable connector arrangement. ...