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William R Adams: Method of playing game and gaming games with an additional payout indicator. Anchor Gaming, TraskBritt, January 1, 2002: US06334814 (467 worldwide citation)

Gaming devices comprising a standard gaming unit, e.g., three reels, and a discernible additional payout indicator, e.g., a rotatable wheel. A preferred bonus payout indicator is clearly visible by the player and is actuatable when the reels of the slot machine stop on certain predetermined indicia. ...


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Timothy L Jackson, Tim E Murphy: Methods of fabrication of semiconductor dice having back side redistribution layer accessed using through-silicon vias and assemblies thereof. MicronTechnology, TraskBritt PC, November 8, 2005: US06962867 (429 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method of rerouting redistribution lines from an active surface of a semiconductor substrate to a back surface thereof and assembling and packaging individual and multiple semiconductor dice with such rerouted redistribution lines formed thereon. The semiconductor substrate includes ...


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Timothy L Jackson, Tim E Murphy: Semiconductor dice having back side redistribution layer accessed using through-silicon vias, and assemblies. Micron Technology, TraskBritt, October 5, 2004: US06800930 (417 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method of rerouting redistribution lines from an active surface of a semiconductor substrate to a back surface thereof and assembling and packaging individual and multiple semiconductor dice with such rerouted redistribution lines formed thereon. The semiconductor substrate includes ...


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Robert W Hitchcock, James L Sorenson: Implantable biosensor system, apparatus and method. Sorenson Medical, TraskBritt, November 15, 2005: US06965791 (398 worldwide citation)

An implantable biosensor assembly and system includes an enzymatic sensor probe from which subcutaneous and interstitial glucose levels may be inferred. The assembly may be associated by direct percutaneous connection with electronics, such as for signal amplification, sensor polarization, and data ...


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Timothy L Jackson, Tim E Murphy: Semiconductor dice having back side redistribution layer accessed using through-silicon vias, methods. Micron Technology, TraskBritt PC, April 8, 2008: US07355273 (295 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method of rerouting redistribution lines from an active surface of a semiconductor substrate to a back surface thereof and assembling and packaging individual and multiple semiconductor dice with such rerouted redistribution lines formed thereon. The semiconductor substrate includes ...


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Lawrence L Labuda, Perry R Blazewicz, Leslie E Mace, Jerry R Apperson, Walter A Cooke: Oxygen monitoring and apparatus. NTC Technology, TraskBritt, December 4, 2001: US06325978 (288 worldwide citation)

Apparatus or systems which employ luminescence quenching to produce an oxygen concentration indicative signal. Components of such systems include: (1) an airway adapter, sampling cell, or the like having a sensor which is excited into luminescence with the luminescence decaying in a manner reflectin ...


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Jerry M Brooks, Steven G Thummel: Method of making a cavity ball grid array apparatus. Micron Technology, TraskBritt, December 4, 2001: US06326244 (269 worldwide citation)

A ball grid array (BGA) package includes a central cavity for receiving a semiconductor die therein. The die rests on a base laminate, the die side of which includes traces therein extending into the cavity, which is framed at least by an anisotropically-conductive adhesive layer. Bond pads on the d ...


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William R Adams: Game with reservable wild indicia. D D Stud, TraskBritt, November 27, 2001: US06322078 (239 worldwide citation)

Games of skill or chance which provide a player, who has received a wild indicia during one game, with the opportunity to reserve that wild indicia for use in a subsequent game.


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Reuben W Edgar Jr, August J Allo Jr, Paul B Gunneson, Jesus D Martin, John R DelFavero, Michael B Jaffe: Method, apparatus and system for removing motion artifacts from measurements of bodily parameters. NTC Technology, TraskBritt, February 11, 2003: US06519486 (225 worldwide citation)

A method for removing motion artifacts from devices for sensing bodily parameters and apparatus and system for effecting same. The method includes analyzing segments of measured data representing bodily parameters and possibly noise from motion artifacts. Each segment of measured data may correspond ...


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Trung T Doan, D Mark Durcan, Brent D Gilgen: Controllable ovonic phase-change semiconductor memory device and methods of fabricating the same. Micron Technology, TraskBritt, July 23, 2002: US06423621 (225 worldwide citation)

An ovonic phase-change semiconductor memory device having a reduced area of contact between electrodes of chalcogenide memories, and methods of forming the same. Such memory devices are formed by forming a tip protruding from a lower surface of a lower electrode element An insulative material is app ...