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De, Groot Peter J: Interferometry method for ellipsometry, reflectometry, and scatterometry measurements, including characterization of thin film structures. Zygo Corporation, de, Groot Peter J, FEIGENBAUM David L, March 18, 2004: WO/2004/023071 (45 worldwide citation)

A method including: imaging test light emerging from a test object over a range of angles to interfere with reference light on a detector, wherein the test and reference light are derived from a common source; for each of the angles, simultaneously varying an optical path length difference from the ...


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Smith Taber H, White David, Mehrotra Vikas: Characterization adn reduction of variation for integrated circuits. Praesagus, Smith Taber H, White David, Mehrotra Vikas, FEIGENBAUM David L, December 18, 2003: WO/2003/104921 (33 worldwide citation)

A method and system are described to reduce process variation (10146) as a result of the semiconductor processing of films in integrated circuit manufacturing processes. The described methods use process variation (10146) and electrical impact (10154) to modify the design and manufacture of integrat ...


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Gall Kenneth: Charged particle radiation therapy. Still River Systems, Gall Kenneth, FEIGENBAUM David L, May 31, 2007: WO/2007/061937 (30 worldwide citation)

Among other things, an accelerator (502) is mounted on a gantry (504) to enable the accelerator to move through a range of positions around a patient (506) on a patient support. The accelerator is configured to produce a proton or ion beam having an energy level sufficient to reach any arbitrary tar ...


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Levenson Richard M, Cronin Paul J, Gossage Kirk William, Hoyt Clifford C: Spectral imaging of biological samples. Cambridge Research And Instrumentation, Levenson Richard M, Cronin Paul J, Gossage Kirk William, Hoyt Clifford, C, FEIGENBAUM David L, May 6, 2005: WO/2005/040769 (28 worldwide citation)

The invention features a method including: (i) providing spectrally resolved information about light coming from different spatial locations in a sample comprising deep tissue in response to an illumination of the sample, wherein the light includes contributions from different components in the samp ...


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De, Lega Xavier Colonna, de, Groot Peter J, Kuchel Michael: Surface triangulation and profiling through a thin film coating. Zygo Corporation, de, Lega Xavier Colonna, de, Groot Peter J, Kuchel Michael, FEIGENBAUM David L, March 31, 2005: WO/2005/029192 (24 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for positioning an object having a substrate and an overlying film and a portion of a photolithography apparatus relative to one another includes a photolithography apparatus relative to one another includes a photolithography system, a positioner, an optical system, and a processor. Th ...


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Eyuboglu Vedat, Kim Woojune, Barabell Arthur J, Cherian Sanjay: Radio network control. Airvana, Eyuboglu Vedat, Kim Woojune, Barabell Arthur J, Cherian Sanjay, FEIGENBAUM David L, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/115026 (22 worldwide citation)

A first session is established for a first mobile access terminal (AT) on a first radio network controller (RNC) via a first radio node (RN). A first traffic channel is established between the first mobile access terminal (AT) and the first radio network controller (RNC). A first plurality of packet ...


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Benoit Gilles, Fink Yoel, Joannopoulos John D, Hart Shandon, Temelkuran Burak: High power low-loss fiber waveguide. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Benoit Gilles, Fink Yoel, Joannopoulos John D, Hart Shandon, Temelkuran Burak, FEIGENBAUM David L, June 24, 2004: WO/2004/052078 (20 worldwide citation)

In general, in one aspect, the invention features an article including a high-power, low-loss fiber waveguide (100) that includes alternating layers of different dielectric materials (130, 140) surrounding a core (120) extending along a waveguide axis (199), the different dielectric materials includ ...


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Mate Amit, D Arcy Paul, Ananthaiyer Satish: Controlling reverse link interference in private access points for wireless networking. Airvana, Mate Amit, D Arcy Paul, Ananthaiyer Satish, FEIGENBAUM David L, March 13, 2008: WO/2008/030934 (16 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network in which a first access terminal uses a first access point to access the network and a second access terminal uses a second access point to access the network, interference is reduced in communications between the first access terminal and the first access point by adjustin ...


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Wilhoite Michael T, Aborn Justin A, Freter Karl E, Jhawar Sanjay S, O Brien James D, Samuelsson Mats A, Wiatrak Bruce M, Singh Inderpreet, Verteuil Andre de, Bogdanovic Ivan Dean, Blumenthal Steven H: Presence detection and handoff for cellular and internet protocol telephony. Bridgeport Networks, Wilhoite Michael T, Aborn Justin A, Freter Karl E, Jhawar Sanjay S, O Brien James D, Samuelsson Mats A, Wiatrak Bruce M, Singh Inderpreet, Verteuil Andre de, Bogdanovic Ivan Dean, Blumenthal Steven H, FEIGENBAUM David L, February 23, 2006: WO/2006/020168 (16 worldwide citation)

A telephone system supports communication with user devices over both a cellular radio network as well as over an Internet Protocol (IP) network, and enables roaming and active call handoff between cellular and IP domains. Approaches to detecting presence of a user near a suitable IP network are use ...


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Garg Deepak, Palnati Prasasth R: Radio network control. Airvana, Garg Deepak, Palnati Prasasth R, FEIGENBAUM David L, July 12, 2007: WO/2007/078766 (12 worldwide citation)

The radio node controller of one subnet sends a communication to an access terminal over a control channel through the infrastructure of another subnet. The radio node controller maintains an open traffic channel with an access terminal when the access terminal moves from a coverage area of the firs ...