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Donald J Redwine: Method of interconnect in an integrated circuit. Texas Instruments Incorporated, William W Holloway, Rich Donaldson, Leo Heiting, April 23, 1996: US05510298 (237 worldwide citation)

An integrated circuit interconnect structure is provided, along with a method of forming the integrated circuit interconnect structure. A semiconductor material layer has an elongate trench formed therein. A conducting region is disposed in the trench. An insulator region overlies the conducting reg ...


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Louis D Silverstein, Anthony J Bernot: Apparatus and method for an electronically controlled color filter for use in information display applications. Honeywell, John G Shudy, Roger W Jensen, William W Holloway, July 16, 1991: US05032007 (160 worldwide citation)

An electronic color filter system for controlling a picture element color signal includes three filter regions which selectively control spectral components of light transmitted sequentially therethrough. Each filter region has a liquid crystal host material and a dye guest component. The orientatio ...


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Victor G Golubic: Apparatus and method for displaying and storing impact points of firearm projectiles on a sight field of view. William W Holloway, June 25, 1991: US05026158 (152 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for determining and recording a calculated impact point of one or more projectiles discharged from a firearm include a sighting mechanism with a field of view display unit, sensor elements, a recording unit, and a trajectory calculating microprocessor unit, the microprocessor un ...


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John David Williams: Method of making an interconnect using a tungsten hard mask. Advanced Micro Devices, William W Holloway, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson Franklin Friel L, July 11, 2000: US06087269 (150 worldwide citation)

An interconnect layer is fabricated using a tungsten hard mask by forming a tungsten based layer over an aluminum based layer. A photoresist layer is deposited over the tungsten based layer and patterned. The tungsten based layer is patterned by applying a fluorine-based etchant using the photoresis ...


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Basavaraj I Pawate, Kenneth A Poteet, Joe H Neal: Apparatus and method for a memory unit with a processor integrated therein. Texas Instruments Incorporated, William W Holloway, Wade James Brady III, Richard L Donaldson, October 14, 1997: US05678021 (147 worldwide citation)

A smart memory (10) is provided that includes data storage (12 and 18) and a processing core (14 and 16) for executing instructions stored in the data storage area (12 and 18). Externally, smart memory (10) is directly accessible as a standard memory device. In a first mode of operation, the smart m ...


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Anthony J Bernot, Michael J Johnson: Apparatus and method for providing a gray scale capability in a liquid crystal display unit. Honeywell, William W Holloway, Joseph S Failla, John G Shudy, June 20, 1989: US04840460 (115 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display is described that includes gray scale capability. Each pixel of the display is subdivided into a plurality of subpixels. Each subpixel includes an effective capacitor, with the liquid crystal material contained between the effective capacitor plates, and includes a control c ...


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Donna J Baker, Kerry S Jones: Apparatus and method for processing of check batches in banking operations. Valley National Bank, Charles E Cates, William W Holloway, March 30, 1993: US05198975 (114 worldwide citation)

In the transfer of checks between facilities receiving checks and facilities for processing checks, checks are sorted into batches according to selected classifications at the check receiving facilities. The checks are accumulated in bundles and transferred to the check processing facility according ...


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Edward A Wilson, James D Fredenberg: Fluid cooling systems for electronic systems. Honeywell Information Systems, Edward W Hughes, William W Holloway Jr, Ronald T Reiling, August 29, 1978: US04109707 (113 worldwide citation)

A fluid cooling system for electronic systems particularly adapted to cool large scale integrated circuit chips mounted on substrates. The system has one or more heat exchangers through which a liquid coolant is circulated. Each heat exchanger has a flexible wall and is mounted so that its flexible ...


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Edward A Wilson, James D Fredenberg: Fluid cooling systems for electronic systems. Honeywell Information Systems, Edward W Hughes, William W Holloway Jr, Roland T Reiling, February 7, 1978: US04072188 (84 worldwide citation)

A fluid cooling system for electronic systems particularly adapted to cool large scale integrated circuit chips mounted on substrates. The system has one or more heat exchangers through which a liquid coolant is circulated. Each heat exchanger has a flexible wall and is mounted so that its flexible ...


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Frederick D Strout, Jaime Calle, Edwin W Herron: High density data storage on magnetic disk. Honeywell Information Systems, William W Holloway Jr, Walter W Nielsen, Henry K Woodward, January 4, 1977: US04001883 (77 worldwide citation)

High density data storage is permitted on magnetic disk by providing uniform length data sectors and by grouping a plurality of data sectors with a single header. Any data sector may be accessed through location of the desired group header and counting to the position of the sector.