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William H Lytle: Method of chemically etching TiW and/or TiWN. Motorola, Joe E Barbee, Raymond J Warren, November 29, 1988: US04787958 (29 worldwide citation)

A method of chemically etching TiW and/or TiWN is described wherein the etching of a semiconductor substrate having a layers of TiWN, TiW and Au disposed between the substrate and a Au bump is performed with a 30% solution of hydrogen peroxide (H.sub.2 O.sub.2) at a temperature of approximately 90.d ...


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Barry B Mead, Gerald V Piosenka: Quasi parallel cyclic redundancy checker. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, June 3, 1986: US04593393 (28 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for operating a CRC in a parallel, quasi parallel or serial fashion. The device allows all the bits in a word to be read and loaded into the cyclic redundancy checker (CRC) register in one clock cycle putting it in sync with the rest of the system. The CRC consists of a set of l ...


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Bruce Fette: 4800 BPS interoperable relp system. Motorola, Maurice J Jones Jr, Raymond J Warren, May 3, 1988: US04742550 (28 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method is disclosed of providing higher quality speech transmission and reproduction. The present invention consists of a standard 2400 BPS transmitter with the addition of an additional 2400 BPS through a residual signal combined with the standard 2400 BPS signal. The addition of t ...


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Walter Rozanski, Kamyar Rohani: MAHO method for SFH-CDMA/TDMA using punctured frames. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, May 6, 1997: US05627880 (27 worldwide citation)

In a frequency hopping cellular communication system (40) having a number of base sites (41-48) and using mobile assisted handoff, a method is offered of providing base site identification signals. The method includes the steps of assigning each base site of the number of base sites to a slot of a i ...


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Rolf Ernst Kowalewski, Steven James Fillingim, David Thomas Tennant, Kirby Eric Kirchhoff: Transmission system. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, October 14, 1997: US05678208 (27 worldwide citation)

A remote power measuring device (1) is used to measure the power output of the transmission system (20). The measured power is then transmitted to a controller (5) and used by the controller (5), along with preset calibration data (41) for each power amplifier (3), to determine power output adjustme ...


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Frank O Neill: Method of reuse through remote antenna and same channel cell division. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, Kevin A Buford, September 24, 1996: US05559866 (27 worldwide citation)

A method of providing communication services in a cellular communication system which consists of a plurality of service coverage areas having a plurality of shared frequency microcells. Each microcell has an omnidirectional, remote antenna interconnected with a base site. The method consists of rec ...


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Bernhard A Ziegner: LCC co-planar lead frame semiconductor IC package. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, September 24, 1985: US04543544 (26 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method is disclosed for allowing faster and higher fidelity signals to be transmitted from a PC board to an IC by maintaining a constant impedance from the PC board to the IC. A leadless chip connector is used with a ground plane mounted co-planar to the conductor. As the conductor ...


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Leslie G Seymour, Brian L Matthews: Methods for configuring and performing 3-level password searching in a distributed computer system. Motorola, Walter W Nielsen, Raymond J Warren, Paul F Wille, July 6, 1993: US05226172 (26 worldwide citation)

A password scheme wherein a node is provided a configuration message at start-up which configures a shell of the node directing a search order of network password files. The node, group, and network password files are then transparently searched in the order specified by the configuration message.


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Kamyar Rohani, Amitava Ghosh, R Mark Harrison: Method for determining a plurality of channel responses and modifying a received signal therewith. Motorola, Raymond J Warren, December 10, 1996: US05583886 (26 worldwide citation)

Each of a plurality of transmitters (31-37) transmits (62) one of a plurality of known signals. The known signals being known to a receiver (40). The receiver (40) then measures the known signals (63); and using those measurements, estimates the plurality of channel responses (64). The channel respo ...


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Thomas E Wood, Henry G Hughes: Spin-on glass for use in semiconductor processing. Motorola, Joe E Barbee, Raymond J Warren, January 17, 1989: US04798629 (24 worldwide citation)

A spin-on glass consisting of, by volume: 1.0 parts tetraethoxysilane (TEOS, also known as tetraethylorthosilicate), methyltriethoxysilane, and dimethyldiethoxysilane in a 2/1/1 ratio; 1.1 parts ethanol (EtOH, also known as ethyl alcohol); 0.0002 parts hydrochloric acid (HCl); and 0.26 parts water ( ...