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Adrian P Wise, Kevin Douglas Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter J Claydon, Donald W Walker Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William Philip Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Memory interface for reading/writing data from/to a memory. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Steve Wong, Richard Stokey, September 28, 2004: US06799246 (171 worldwide citation)

A memory interface for connecting a bus to memory comprises an input, a buffer, an address input, a generator, and a writer. The input receives a plurality of data words from the bus. The buffer buffers the data words received from the bus. The address input receives from the bus addresses associate ...


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Peter A Keevill, Dawood Alam, John M Nolan, Matthew Collins, Thomas Foxcroft, David H Davies, Jonathan Parker: Single chip VLSI implementation of a digital receiver employing orthogonal frequency division multiplexing. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Steve Wong, Richard Stokey, March 19, 2002: US06359938 (113 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a single chip implementation of a digital receiver for multicarrier signals that are transmitted by orthogonal frequency division multiplexing. Improved channel estimation and correction circuitry are provided. The receiver has highly accurate sampling rate control and frequen ...


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Adrian P Wise, Martin W Sotheran, William P Robbins, Anthony M Jones, Helen R Finch, Kevin J Boyd, Anthony Peter J Claydon: Multistandard video decoder and decompression system for processing encoded bit streams including start codes and methods relating thereto. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Donald Wenskay, Richard Stokey, December 11, 2001: US06330666 (68 worldwide citation)

A pipeline video decoder and decompression system handles a plurality of separately encoded bit streams arranged as a single serial bit stream of digital bits and having separately encoded pairs of control codes and corresponding data carried in the serial bit stream. The pipeline system employs a p ...


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Adrian P Wise, Martin W Sotheran, William P Robbins: Pipeline processing machine with interactive stages operable in response to tokens and system and methods relating thereto. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Donald Wenskay, Richard Stokey, July 17, 2001: US06263422 (40 worldwide citation)

A plurality of processing stages interposed between an input and an output of a system including a pipeline machine interconnect for conveyance of tokens along the pipeline. Control and or data tokens in the form of universal adaptation units interface with all of the stages in the pipeline and alte ...


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Anthony Peter John Claydon, Richard John Gammack, William Philip Robbins, Charles Dunlop MacFarlane, Thomas Foxcroft, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, Richard James Thomas: Error detection and correction system for a stream of encoded data. Discovision Associates, Kenny Masaki, Donald Wenskay, Richard Stokey, November 28, 2000: US06154871 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a decoder of symbols of received data, the data being encoded according to a convolutional encoding scheme and transmitted through a communications channel. The data is punctuated according to a puncturing matrix, and has a plurality of state values which describe a sequence o ...


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Lambertus Hesselink, Robert R McLeod, Sergei L Sochava: Optical data storage by selective localized alteration of a format hologram in a holographic storage disk. Research Investment Network, Keiji Masaki, Steve Wong, Richard Stokey, September 2, 2003: US06614741 (10 worldwide citation)

Digital data bits are stored at storage locations at plural depths within a holographic medium of a holographic storage disk in the form of selective, localized alterations in a format hologram. Micro-localized regions of a reflection format hologram extending throughout the medium are deleted by fo ...


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Donald William Patterson, William P Robbins: Method of asynchronous memory access. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Donald Bollella, Richard Stokey, October 31, 2000: US06141721 (9 worldwide citation)

A method of asynchronously accessing a random access memory having a plurality of rows and columns, where each row has a wordline connected to read and write row decoders and each column is connected to bitlines. A row address is assigned to a first and second row, i.e. a pair of rows. A read addres ...


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Anthony Mark Jones, Donald William Walker Paterson: Method for accessing banks of DRAM. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Richard Stokey, October 2, 2001: US06297857 (7 worldwide citation)

This invention discloses a method for accessing Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) to store and retrieve data words associated with a two dimensional image. The DRAM includes two separate banks, a first bank and a second bank. Each bank is capable of operating in page mode to read and write the dat ...


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Adrian Philip Wise: Data rate conversion. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Steve Wong, Richard Stokey, December 4, 2001: US06326999 (6 worldwide citation)

A method for converting frame data at a slower rate into field data at a faster rate in a video decoder comprises determining a basic field repetition rate such that a field is repeated an integer number of times in a frame period, calculating a ratio differential of the repetition rate by subtracti ...


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Adrian Philip Wise, William Philip Robbins, Martin William Sotheran: Data pipeline system and data encoding method. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Donald Bollella, Richard Stokey, September 19, 2000: US06122726 (5 worldwide citation)

A pipeline structure processes data in a series of stages, each of which has a data input latch (LDIN) and passes it on to the next stage in the pipeline via a data output latch (LDOUT). The stages are preferably connected to two non-overlapping clock phases (PH0, PH1) Adjacent stages are also conne ...