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Durga Malladi
Alkinoos Hector Vayanos, Durga P Malladi, Sai Yiu Duncan Ho: Data delivery in conjunction with a hybrid automatic retransmission mechanism in CDMA communication systems. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Philip R Wadsworth, Thien T Nguyen, Kent D Baker, May 31, 2005: US06901063 (95 worldwide citation)

Techniques for delivering data recovered by a HARQ entity in proper order to higher layers in a CDMA system. In a method, packets are received from the HARQ entity by the re-ordering entity and missing packets among the received packets are detected. Packets may be transmitted in a sequential order ...


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Eugene Fitzgerald
Eugene A Fitzgerald: Relaxed silicon germanium platform for high speed CMOS electronics and high speed analog circuits. Amberwave Systems Corporation, Goodwin Procter, May 31, 2005: US06900103 (14 worldwide citation)

Structures and methods for fabricating high speed digital, analog, and combined digital/analog systems using planarized relaxed SiGe as the materials platform. The relaxed SiGe allows for a plethora of strained Si layers that possess enhanced electronic properties. By allowing the MOSFET channel to ...


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Anthony P Bata, Clayton T Boyd: XML presentation of general-purpose data sources. Quovadx, Thelen Reid & Priest, David B Ritchie, May 31, 2005: US06901403 (269 worldwide citation)

A system and method for presenting one or more general-purpose application-accessible data sources as an XML representation is discussed. Information that describes the way data is structured or organized in the data source is accessed from the data source. A virtual file system representation compr ...


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Andrew H Cragg: Method and apparatus for spinal augmentation. TranS1, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 31, 2005: US06899716 (215 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are methods and devices for accessing and treating the spine, while minimizing trauma to surrounding tissue. A device is introduced through tissue, to an access point on the spine. The device is thereafter advanced axially within the spine, from the access point across a treatment zone. Sp ...


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Christian Enggaard: Automatic injection device with reset feature. Novo Nordisk, Marc A Began Esq, Richard W Bork Esq, Reza Green Esq, May 31, 2005: US06899699 (213 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a dose setting and expelling device comprising a drive member and a dose setting mechanism which simultaneously sets a given dose and stores the energy necessary for a subsequently driving the drive member in order to expel a dose of medicine from an injection device ...


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Gaetano Bonasia, David P Eckel, Stephen P Hebeisen, Ross Mernyk: Method of adding a device to a network. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 31, 2005: US06901439 (209 worldwide citation)

A method of adding a device to an existing or new electrical or electronic automation or multimedia network. The invention facilitates adding a device to the network that can communicate using various protocols such as LonWorks, CEBus, X-10, etc. over media such as AC power line, IR, RF, twisted pai ...


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Simon H Corston, William B Dolan, Lucy H Vanderwende, Lisa Braden Harder: System for processing textual inputs using natural language processing techniques. Microsoft Corporation, Joseph R Kelly, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, May 31, 2005: US06901399 (198 worldwide citation)

A system filters documents in a document set retrieved from a document store in response to a query. The system obtains a first set of logical forms based on a selected one of the query and the documents in the document set. The system obtains a second set of logical forms based on another of the qu ...


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Yuen Fai Wong: System and method for high speed packet transmission implementing dual transmit and receive pipelines. Foundry Networks, Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner, May 31, 2005: US06901072 (194 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides systems and methods for providing data transmission speeds at or in excess of 10 gigabits per second between one or more source devices and one or more destination devices. According to one embodiment, the system of the present invention comprises a first and second me ...


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Weiping Li, Hai Quan Mao, Kam W Leong: Controlled delivery of therapeutic agents by insertable medical devices. Boston Scientific Scimed, Kenyon & Kenyon, May 31, 2005: US06899731 (186 worldwide citation)

A medical device and method for transportation and release of a therapeutic agent into a mammalian body are disclosed. The medical device is coated with alternating layers of a negatively charged therapeutic agent and a cationic polyelectrolyte, following a controlled adsorption technique. The metho ...


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James R Mault, Edwin M Pearce Jr, Theodore W Barber, Craig M Lawrence, Timothy J Prachar, Jeffrey C Weintraub, Kevin S Nason: Metabolic calorimeter employing respiratory gas analysis. Healthetech, Cooley Godward, May 31, 2005: US06899683 (173 worldwide citation)

An indirect calorimeter for measuring the metabolic rate of a subject includes a disposable portion and a reusable portion. The disposable portion includes a respiratory connector configured to be supported in contact with the subject so as to pass inhaled and exhaled gases as the subject breathes. ...



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