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Eugene Fitzgerald
Kenneth C Wu, Eugene A Fitzgerald, Gianni Taraschi, Jeffrey T Borenstein: Etch stop layer system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Goodwin Procter, June 5, 2007: US07227176 (15 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor structure including a uniform etch-stop layer. The uniform etch stop layer has a relative etch rate which is less than approximately the relative etch rate of Si doped with 7×1019 boron atoms/cm3. A method for forming a semiconductor structure includes forming a uniform etch-stop lay ...


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Li Shu, William Weinstein: Camouflage of network traffic to resist attack. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Goodwin Procter, January 30, 2007: US07171493 (730 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for transmitting a file with enhanced transmission security through a network includes a file-splitting processor that splits the file into a plurality of message segments and addresses the plurality of message segments to a plurality of addresses assigned to a receiving host. The appar ...


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Farhad Hakimi, Moungi G Bawendi, Richard Tumminelli, John R Haavisto: Quantum dot Laser. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Iandiorio & Dingman, November 9, 1993: US05260957 (300 worldwide citation)

A quantum dot laser includes a laser host material; a plurality of quantum dots disposed in the host material; and a pumping source for exciting and inducing a population inversion in the quantum dots.


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Marc S Weinberg: Microfabricated pump. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, March 17, 1992: US05096388 (274 worldwide citation)

A micro machined micro pump capable of flow rates on the level of microliters per minute formed by micro machining of a semiconductor material such as silicon with a set of channels or passages and having a semiconductor membrane interacting with the pattern of channels and passages and under select ...


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Paul V Broekhoven, Daniel Fitzmartin, Paul Blasche, Duncan B Cox Jr, Triveni Upadhyay: Precorrelation digital spread spectrum receiver. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Lahive & Cockfield, January 16, 1990: US04894842 (199 worldwide citation)

A precorrelation digital spread spectrum receiver includes a signal converter for amplifying and directly converting RF band spread spectrum signals received by an antenna to a digitized baseband signal comprising a sequence of N-bit quantized baseband values. The baseband signal is a linear composi ...


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Jonathan J Bernstein: Acoustic transducer with improved low frequency response. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Iandiorio & Teska, September 19, 1995: US05452268 (184 worldwide citation)

An acoustic transducer includes a perforated member; a movable diaphragm spaced from the perforated member; spring means interconnecting the diaphragm and the perforated member for movably supporting the diaphragm relative to the perforated member; a pressure equalization slot for controlling the fl ...


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Michael Foley: Automated manufacturing costing system and method. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Iandiorio & Dingman, September 28, 1993: US05249120 (181 worldwide citation)

An automated manufacturing cost estimating method and system with indirect cost allocation which identifies a material in an initial state for manufacturing a product in a final state; defines an operation for converting the material from its initial state into the final state of the product; calcul ...


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Jonathan J Bernstein: Acoustic transducer. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Iandiorio & Dingman, September 8, 1992: US05146435 (158 worldwide citation)

An acoustic transducer includes a perforated capacitor plate; a movable capacitor plate spaced from the perforated plate; springs for movably supporting the movable capacitor plate relative to the perforated plate; and a support structure for supporting the perforated and movable plates, where the m ...


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Peter A Kerrebrock, Robert Larsen: Transformable vehicle. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, January 7, 2003: US06502657 (152 worldwide citation)

The transformable vehicle comprises a central chassis assembly having first and second distal ends with an axis passing therebetween, a first wheel assembly mounted to the first distal end, and a second wheel assembly mounted to second distal end. A multifunction transformable vehicle comprising at ...


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Frank J Siraco, David S Barrett: Sperical ball positioning apparatus for seamed limp material article assembly system. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Lahive & Cockfield, June 6, 1989: US04836119 (151 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for controlling the position of a sheet member (e.g., fabric) slidingly supported on a work surface, utilizing a drive train consisting of one or more drive wheels frictionally engaging a spherical ball captively supported within a housing. The drive wheels are preferrably locat ...