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David H Carey, Barry H Whalen: Compact adapter package providing peripheral to area translation for an integrated circuit chip. Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, David M Sigmond, January 3, 1995: US05379191 (117 worldwide citation)

An peripheral to area adapter for an integrated circuit chip. The adapter comprises pads on an upper surface of a support in a pattern corresponding to the terminals on a integrated circuit, planar reroute lines on the upper surface with first ends at the pads, and vertical conductive vias extending ...


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David H Carey, Barry H Whalen: Peripheral to area adapter with protective bumper for an integrated circuit chip. Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, David M Sigmond, February 22, 1994: US05289346 (94 worldwide citation)

An peripheral to area adapter for an integrated circuit chip. The adapter comprises pads on an upper surface of a support in a pattern corresponding to the terminals on a integrated circuit, planar reroute lines on the upper surface with first ends at the pads, and vertical conductive vias extending ...


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Ronald D Blum, J Thomas Walker, Barry H Whalen, Joseph A Thibodeau, Bradley J Blum, Dwight P Duston, William Kokonaski: Floor display system with interactive features. Intellimats, Kenyon & Kenyon, January 3, 2006: US06982649 (52 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention relate to a floor display system with interactive features. The floor display system may be arranged in a public place, and be configured to display electronically modifiable arbitrary content, such as advertising or other informational content. The floor display ...


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David H Carey, Barry H Whalen: Customizable circuitry. Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, August 1, 1995: US05438166 (47 worldwide citation)

A customizable circuit using a programmable interconnect and compatible TAB chip bonding design. The programmable interconnect comprises layers of wire segments forming programmable junctions rather than continuous wires. This segmentation is performed with an offset from line to line in each layer ...


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Nicolaas G Luijtjes, Claire T Galanakis, Barry H Whalen: Method of clamping electrical contacts for laser bonding. Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, Fulbright & Jaworski, December 18, 1990: US04978835 (41 worldwide citation)

A method of bonding a first plurality of electrical contacts to a second plurality of electrical contacts by aligning the first and second contacts, placing a diaphragm member against the first contacts and applying a differential pressure, such as a vacuum, to the diaphragm in a direction to pull t ...


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George W McIver, Barry H Whalen, Bruce L Troutman: Monolithic fast fourier transform circuit. TRW, Noel F Heal, Robert M Wallace, Robert W Keller, October 15, 1985: US04547862 (21 worldwide citation)

A fast Fourier transform circuit formed on a single chip, including a fast multiplier-accumulator circuit which, in the preferred embodiment, employs a modified form of Booth's algorithm, an adder circuit, a read-only memory for storing FFT twiddle factors, and a random access memory for holding a s ...


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Barry H Whalen, James G Peterson: Window-addressable memory circuit. TRW, Noel F Heal, Robert M Wallace, December 2, 1986: US04627024 (10 worldwide citation)

A memory circuit in which are stored multiple sets of upper and lower limits that are simultaneously compared with a stream of input data words. The data words and the upper and lower limits may be selectively segmented into data fields or dimensions, and match signals are generated if the input dat ...


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Ronald D Blum, Bradley J Blum, Dwight P Duston, Kobby Greenberg, Boaz Harari, Youval Katzman, William Kokonaski, Joseph A Thibodeau, J Thomas Walker, Barry H Whalen: Floor display system with interactive features and variable image rotation. Intellimat, Alston & Bird, December 8, 2009: US07629896

Embodiments of the present invention relate to a floor display system with variable image orientation. Embodiments may further relate to networked data distribution and management; interactivity; image-enhancing optics; controlled audio; a protective covering; an anti-slip feature; fragrance technol ...


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Ronald D Blum, J Thomas Walker, Barry H Whalen, Joseph A Thibodeau, Bradley J Blum, Dwight P Duston, William Kokonaski: Floor display system with interactive features. Kenyon & Kenyon, January 1, 2004: US20040001002-A1

Embodiments of the present invention relate to a floor display system with interactive features. The floor display system may be arranged in a public place, and be configured to display electronically modifiable arbitrary content, such as advertising or other informational content. The floor display ...