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Christopher J Nelson: Method and apparatus for testing an integrated circuit having an output-to-output relative signal. Intel Corporation, Cynthia T Faatz, February 17, 2004: US06693436 (14 worldwide citation)

An output-relative signal receiver to test an integrated circuit that provides an output-relative data signal. The output-relative signal receiver receives the output-relative data signal and a corresponding output strobe signal from an integrated circuit device and produces a test strobe signal der ...


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Richard A Davis, Christopher J Nelson: Marine drive grommet seal. Brunswick Corporation, Andrus Sceales Starke & Sawall, November 13, 2007: US07294031 (10 worldwide citation)

A marine vessel and drive combination has upper and lower mounting plates mounting a marine propulsion device to a hull at an opening with a sealing grommet.


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Ravindranath V Mahajan, Christopher J Nelson, Omkar G Karhade, Feras Eid, Nitin A Deshpande, Shawna M Liff: Integrated circuit package with embedded bridge. INTEL CORPORATION, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt P C, March 1, 2016: US09275955 (4 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present disclosure are directed towards an integrated circuit (IC) package having first and second dies with first and second input/output (I/O) interconnect structures, respectively. The IC package may include a bridge having first and second electrical routing features coupled t ...


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John C Johnson, Christopher J Nelson, Donald E Edenfeld: High speed VLSI digital tester architecture for real-time output timing acquisition, results accumulation, and analysis. Intel Corporation, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, July 27, 2004: US06768297 (2 worldwide citation)

A tester for testing a digital device. The tester includes a plurality of time measurement units to measure transition timing values of output data of each output pin of the digital device in each test cycle. A plurality of result operations units performs real-time arithmetic operations on the meas ...


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Robert E Andrews, Jeffrey W Fritz, Gottfried Jason Hohm, Adam D DeNoble, Tyler W Pagel, Christopher A Schwartz, Christopher J Nelson, Darren R Horness, Alan J Rabe, Sean P Follen, Brian G Jankuski: Methods and apparatus for forming disposable products at high speeds with small machine footprint. Curt G Joa, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, February 14, 2017: US09566193 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides machinery used to create products (for instance disposable products). The machinery is operated at high speed, with the machine occupying a small footprint. Materials can be fed into the manufacturing process vertically (from above or below), using assembly stations to ...


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Omkar G Karhade, John S Guzek, Johanna M Swan, Christopher J Nelson, Nitin A Deshpande, William J Lambert, Charles A Gealer, Feras Eid, Islam A Salama, Kemal Aygun, Sasha N Oster, Tyler N Osborn: High density interconnection of microelectronic devices. Intel Corporation, Winkle PLLC, July 19, 2016: US09397071 (1 worldwide citation)

A microelectronic package of the present description may comprises a first microelectronic device having at least one row of connection structures electrically connected thereto and a second microelectronic device having at least one row of connection structures electrically connected thereto, where ...


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John A McCabe, Christopher J Nelson, Robert E Andrews: Single transfer insert placement method and apparatus with cross-direction insert placement control. Curt G Joa, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, April 24, 2018: US09950439

An apparatus and method is provided for single transfer insert placement. The apparatus receives continuous web material and cuts a discrete section or pad from the web. The pad is then supported on a single transfer surface. The single transfer surface then may spin the supported pad to a desired a ...


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Christopher J Nelson, William Rovero, Daniel B Love: Absorbent articles and methods of manufacturing the same. Medline, Gurr Brande & Spendlove PLLC, November 6, 2018: US10117792

An absorbent article includes a chassis having a substantially rectangular shape a first portion, a second portion and a crotch portion extending between the first and second portion, a portion of the chassis being configured to absorb fluids. The absorbent article includes a first securement portio ...


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Robert E Andrews, Jeffrey W Fritz, Gottfried Jason Hohm, Adam D DeNoble, Tyler W Pagel, Christopher A Schwartz, Christopher J Nelson, Darren R Horness, Alan J Rabe, Sean P Follen, Brian G Jankuski: Methods and apparatus for forming disposable products at high speeds with small machine footprint. Curt G Joa, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, March 6, 2018: US09907706

The present invention provides machinery used to create products (for instance disposable products). The machinery is operated at high speed, with the machine occupying a small footprint. Materials can be fed into the manufacturing process vertically (from above or below), using assembly stations to ...


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Christopher J Nelson, Scott E Lindley: System and method for interrogation radio-frequency identification. Farpointe Data, Nixon Peabody, January 7, 2014: US08624710

A system and method for communicating with contactless IC cards of multiple protocols and power levels includes generating a first alternating magnetic field with an interrogator for energizing a proximate IC card and receiving a data transmission from the IC card. A processor of the interrogator is ...