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Yuri V Panchul, Donald A Soderman, Denis R Coleman: System for converting hardware designs in high-level programming language to hardware implementations. Synetry Corporation, William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, May 1, 2001: US06226776 (99 worldwide citation)

A computer aided hardware design system for enabling design of an actual hardware implementation for a digital circuit using a high-level algorithmic programming language. The system converts an algorithmic representation for a hardware design initially created in the high-level programming language ...


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Richard Henry Dana Crawford, Urivan A Saaib: Bitextual, bifocal language learning system. William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, August 20, 2002: US06438515 (68 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for displaying dual texts in a manner to facilitate language learning, by presenting a highly visible “study text,” divided into individual units of thought, or “chunks of meaning,” which are preferably formatted in association with less visible units of a “teach text,” provid ...


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Michael A Sandifer: Computer aided maintenance and repair information system for equipment subject to regulatory compliance. Aircraft Technical Publishers, William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, September 18, 2001: US06292806 (53 worldwide citation)

A computer based apparatus and method which provide access to complex technical information employed to maintain and repair complicated equipment, such as aircraft, to enable compliance with regulatory requirements.


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Edward S More: Method and apparatus for economical drift compensation in high resolution difference measurements and exemplary low cost, high resolution differential digital thermometer. William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, December 25, 2001: US06334093 (42 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring differences in a physical variable, such as temperature, by utilizing predictable behavior in the relative time drift of offset curves for various circuit elements, including two sensors connected to a difference signal amplifier, an ambient condition amplifier, and an analog ...


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Nick Martin, Dejan Stankovic, Ben Wells, Denzil Crasta, Johnny F Russell, Michael Rodway: System for designing re-programmable digital hardware platforms. Russo & Hale, William C Milks III, March 4, 2008: US07340693 (30 worldwide citation)

A digital design system and method are provided for re-programmable hardware platforms, such as field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and other re-programmable system designs. The design system and method bridge the gap between what has previously been a development and prototyping platform used du ...


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Christophe Pierrat, Alfred Kwok Kit Wong: Contact printing using a magnified mask image. Takumi Technology, Russo & Hale, William C Milks III, November 1, 2005: US06961186 (25 worldwide citation)

Improvements in the fabrication of integrated circuits are driven by the decrease of the size of the features printed on the wafers. Current lithography techniques limits have been extended through the use of phase-shifting masks, off-axis illumination, and proximity effect correction. More recently ...


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Gary W Kramer, Richard S Frankel: High flux heat removal system using jet impingement of water at subatmospheric pressure. William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, December 7, 2004: US06827135 (23 worldwide citation)

A cooling system for apparatus powered by electricity, that generates a substantial amount of heat during operation, and the heat must be dissipated to avoid failure of electrical and/or electronic components, such as semiconductor devices and integrated circuits, comprising the electrical apparatus ...


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Hansel A Collins: Relative dynamic skew compensation of parallel data lines. TriCN, Russo & Hale, William C Milks III, June 14, 2005: US06907552 (14 worldwide citation)

A system performs a two-step skew compensation procedure by first correcting for any phase error alignment between a parallel link clock and data signal edges of each data channel, thereby allowing the received data bits to be correctly sampled. Then, a second step is performed to “word-align” the b ...


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Donald A Newton: Shower drain tool and method for installing and removing a shower drain. William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, April 10, 2001: US06212709 (13 worldwide citation)

A shower drain tool includes a blade for engagement with the ribs on the internal surface of a shower drain. The tool also includes a stabilizer plate connected to the blade to seat the tool on the drain and prevent the tool from falling through the drain into the drain pipe. The tool further includ ...


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Michael A Sandifer: Computer aided maintenance and repair information system for equipment subject to regulatory compliance. Aircraft Technical Publishers, William C Milks III, Russo & Hale, March 18, 2003: US06535890 (12 worldwide citation)

A computer based apparatus and method which provide access to complex technical information employed to maintain and repair complicated equipment, such as aircraft, to enable compliance with regulatory requirements.