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Bernard N Daines, Lazar Birenbaum, Richard J Hausman: Variable latency cut through bridge for forwarding packets in response to users manual adjustment of variable latency threshold point while the bridge is operating. Cisco Sytems, Hickman Beyer Weaver, January 28, 1997: US05598581 (75 worldwide citation)

A variable latency cut through bridge (210) for selectively forwarding data packets (10) within a network (310) of computers (312), the variable latency cut through bridge (210) employing a variable latency bridging method wherein the latency factor of the variable latency cut through bridge (210) i ...


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Timothy Scott Michels, James E Cathey, Greg W Davis, Bernard N Daines: Network switching device with pipelined search engines. Alcatel Internetworking, Christie Parker & Hale, April 15, 2003: US06549519 (72 worldwide citation)

A switching device for forwarding network traffic to a desired destination on a network, such as a telephone or computer network. The switching device includes multiple ports and uses a lookup table to determine which port to forward network traffic over. The lookup table includes network addresses ...


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Timothy Scott Michels, James E Cathey, Greg W Davis, Bernard N Daines: Network switching device with concurrent key lookups. Alcatel Internetworking, Scot A Reader Esq, December 12, 2000: US06161144 (57 worldwide citation)

A switching device for forwarding network traffic to a desired destination on a network, such as a telephone or computer network. The switching device includes multiple ports and uses a lookup table to determine which port to forward network traffic over. The lookup table includes network addresses ...


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Gregg D Carse, Bernard N Daines: Telephone system and method for transmitting digital information. Pacific Bell, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 7, 1988: US04750169 (39 worldwide citation)

A telephone system is described wherein a plurality of subscriber locations are each connected to a central office by a single subscriber loop. A signalling method is used for transmitting information between each subscriber location and a cental office. Bursts of time compressed multiplexed full du ...


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Bernard N Daines, Lazar Birenbaum, Richard J Hausman: Variable latency cut through bridge having variable latency threshold point being configured dynamically for forwarding packets while the bridge is operating. Cisco Technology, Hickman Beyer & Weaver, April 7, 1998: US05737635 (21 worldwide citation)

A variable latency cut through bridge (210) for selectively forwarding data packets (10) within a network (310) of computers (312), the variable latency cut through bridge (210) employing a variable latency bridging method wherein the latency factor of the variable latency cut through bridge (210) i ...


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Timothy Scott Michels, James E Cathey, Greg W Davis, Bernard N Daines: Network switching device with pipelined search engines. April 4, 2006: US07023807 (21 worldwide citation)

A switching device for forwarding network traffic to a desired destination on a network, such as a telephone or computer network. The switching device includes multiple ports and uses a lookup table to determine which port to forward network traffic over. The lookup table includes network addresses ...


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Gregg D Carse, Bernard N Daines: Remote multiplexer for digital telephone system. Pacific Bell, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 8, 1988: US04730311 (20 worldwide citation)

A multiplexer for use in a telephone system in which a plurality of subscriber locations are connected to a central office by a single subscribe loop is described. The multiplexer unit of the invention includes a voice interfacing circuit for converting between voice encoded digital signals and anal ...


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Stewart Findlater, James R Rivers, David H Yen, Brian Petersen, Bernard N Daines, David Talaski: Reduced pin-count 10Base-T MAC to transceiver interface. Cisco Technology, Beyer & Weaver, September 14, 1999: US05953345 (12 worldwide citation)

Provided is a 10Base-T MAC to PHY interface requiring only two wires (pins) per port, with two additional global wires: a clock wire (pin), and a synchronization wire (pin). This reduction in the number of pins associated with each port is achieved by time-division multiplexing wherein each time-div ...


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Timothy Scott Michels, James E Cathey, Greg W Davis, Bernard N Daines: Network switching device with concurrent key lookups. Alcatel Internetworking, Christie Parker & Hale, September 17, 2002: US06453358 (11 worldwide citation)

A switching device for forwarding network traffic to a desired destination on a network, such as a telephone or computer network. The switching device includes multiple ports and uses a lookup table to determine which port to forward network traffic over. The lookup table includes network addresses ...


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Stewart Findlater, James R Rivers, David H Yen, Brian Petersen, Bernard N Daines, David Talaski: Reduced pin-count 10Base-T MAC to transceiver interface. Cisco Technology, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, October 7, 2003: US06631138 (8 worldwide citation)

Provided is a 10Base-T MAC to PHY interface requiring only two wires (pins) per port, with two additional global wires: a clock wire (pin), and a synchronization wire (pin). This reduction in the number of pins associated with each port is achieved by time-division multiplexing wherein each time-div ...