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Alice I Biber, Douglas W Stout: Self-adjusting impedance matching driver. International Business Machines Corporation, J Dennis Moore, July 28, 1992: US05134311 (241 worldwide citation)

A self-adjusting impedance matching driver for a digital circuit. The driver has both a pull-up gate to VDD and a pull-down gate to ground. An array of gates is provided in parallel with each of the pull-up gate and the pull-down gate, with any one or more of such gates being selectively enabled in ...


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John D Hall, Alfred S Williams Jr: Simulator control loading inertia compensator. The Singer Company, J Dennis Moore, Richard J Paciulan, Jeff Rothenberg, December 2, 1980: US04236325 (224 worldwide citation)

Signals are developed representative of the mechanical inertia of a vehicle simulator linkage elements that drive control members utilized by a student operator. These signals are combined with signals representative of programmed vehicle operating data and signals representative of the student oper ...


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Gary A Frazier, Alan C Seabaugh: Nanomechanical switches and circuits. Texas Instruments Incorporated, J Dennis Moore, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 15, 2003: US06548841 (160 worldwide citation)

A highly miniaturized nanomechanical transistor switch is fabricated using a mechanical cantilever which creates a conductive path between two electrodes in its deflected state. In one embodiment, the cantilever is deflected by an electrostatic attraction arising from a voltage potential between the ...


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Jeffrey H Dreibelbis, Erik L Hedberg, John G Petrovick Jr: Built-in self test for integrated circuits. J Dennis Moore, December 22, 1992: US05173906 (143 worldwide citation)

A built-in, i.e., on-chip, self-test system for a VLSI logic or memory module. A deterministic data pattern generator is provided on the VLSI chip, and operates to test a chip module and provide a fail/no-fail result, along with data identifying where the fail occurred. This location data is capture ...


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Jorge Gonzalez Lopez, Bruce C Hempel, Bob C Liang: Pipelined lighting model processing system for a graphics workstations shading function. International Business Machines Corporation, Mark S Walker, J Dennis Moore, September 12, 1989: US04866637 (143 worldwide citation)

A lighting model processing system for a computer graphics workstation's shading function includes multiple floating point processing stages arranged and operated in pipeline. Each stage is constructed from one or more identical floating point processors. The lighting model processing system support ...


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Valerian Mayega, Jun Chen, James L Krug, David W Evans: Single inductor dual output buck converter with frequency and time varying offset control. Texas Instruments Incorporated, J Dennis Moore, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, June 13, 2006: US07061214 (113 worldwide citation)

A single-inductor dual-output buck converter and control method that facilitates power conversion by converting a single DC power source/supply into two separate DC outputs, each of which can be configured to provide a selected/desired voltage by selection of respective duty cycles. The topology of ...


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Frank W Brice Jr, Robert A Weingarten: Automatic feedback of network topology data. International Business Machines Corporation, Mark S Walker, J Dennis Moore, April 25, 1989: US04825206 (94 worldwide citation)

An automatic feedback mechanism in a communications network having dynamic routing. The invention detects the failure of an element in a route that is either in the process of being created or has been created and is being used. The invention provides a means for sending information as to the failur ...


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Dawn K Dougherty: Optimized automated macro embedding for standard cell blocks. International Business Machines Corporation, J Dennis Moore, July 6, 1993: US05225991 (89 worldwide citation)

A standard cell macro embedding method that extends the capability of conventional circuit placement routines by enabling them to automatically and optimally embed macro blocks within standard cell blocks. The macro blocks can be selected portions of the standard cell logic that are extracted and op ...


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Rustin W Allred, Robert S Young Jr, Michael Tsecouras: Automatic loudspeaker equalizer. Texas Instruments Incorporated, J Dennis Moore, W James Brady III, Frederick J Telecky Jr, April 13, 2004: US06721428 (88 worldwide citation)

A method for generating digital filters for equalizing a loudspeaker. First digital data is provided, for a tolerance range for a target response curve of sound level versus frequency for the loudspeaker. Second digital data is generated, for an actual response curve of sound level versus frequency ...