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Craig S Forrest, Edward H Frank: Touch screen power control in a computer system. Sun Microsystems, Irell & Manella, September 3, 1996: US05553296 (81 worldwide citation)

A touch screen power control function in a computer system, wherein a touch screen input device is employed to control power modes for the computer system. A touch screen controller senses a touch input from the touch screen input device. If the computer system is in a full power mode, the touch scr ...


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Larry C Yamano, John T Holloway, Edward H Frank, Tracy D Mallory, Alan G Corry, Craig S Forrest, Kevin H Peterson, Timothy B Robinson, Dane Snow: Method and apparatus for reducing signal processing requirements for transmitting packet-based data. Broadcom Corporation, July 29, 2008: US07406119 (52 worldwide citation)

A receiver circuit of the modem is coupled to receive a continuous analog signal from a communication channel. This analog signal includes both packet and idle information. A burst mode protocol is also provided, in which packets of digital information are modulated by a transmitter circuit of the m ...


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Larry C Yamano, John T Holloway, Edward H Frank, Tracy D Mallory, Alan G Corry, Craig S Forrest, Kevin H Peterson, Timothy B Robinson, Dane Snow: Method and apparatus for reducing signal processing requirements for transmitting packet-based data with a modem. Broadcom Homenetworking, Christie Parker & Hale, October 16, 2001: US06304596 (38 worldwide citation)

A modem and method for operating same. A receiver circuit of the modem is coupled to receive a continuous analog signal from a communication channel. This analog signal includes both packet and idle information. The receiver circuit monitors the analog signal to detect the presence of idle informati ...


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Larry C Yamano, John T Holloway, Edward H Frank, Tracy D Mallory, Alan G Corry, Craig S Forrest, Kevin H Peterson, Timothy B Robinson, Dane Snow: Method and apparatus for reducing signal processing requirements for transmitting packet-based data with a modem. Broadcom HomeNetworking, Christie Parker & Hale, June 13, 2000: US06075814 (26 worldwide citation)

A modem and method for operating same. A receiver circuit of the modem is coupled to receive a continuous analog signal from a communication channel. This analog signal includes both packet and idle information. The receiver circuit monitors the analog signal to detect the presence of idle informati ...


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Larry C Yamano, John T Holloway, Edward H Frank, Tracy D Mallory, Alan G Corry, Craig S Forrest, Kevin H Peterson, Timothy B Robinson, Dane Snow: Method and apparatus for reducing signal processing requirements for transmitting packet-based data with a modem. Broadcom Homenetworking, Christie Parker & Hale, September 3, 2002: US06445731 (14 worldwide citation)

A modem and method for operating same. A receiver circuit of the modem is coupled to receive a continuous analog signal from a communication channel. This analog signal includes both packet and idle information. The receiver circuit monitors the analog signal to detect the presence of idle informati ...


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Craig S Forrest, Edward H Frank, Patrick J Naughton: High speed method and apparatus for generating animation by means of a three-region frame buffer and associated region pointers. Sun Microsystems, Irell & Manella, April 30, 1996: US05512918 (6 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for quickly copying a first frame region into a second frame region. A video memory array comprising a plurality of video random access memory devices is divided into at least two frame regions. A background image is rendered by a central processing unit into a background fram ...


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Craig S Forrest, Ashok V Krishnamoorthy: Memory module with optical interconnect that enables scalable high-bandwidth memory access. Oracle America, Park Vaughan Fleming & Dowler, Mark Spiller, June 28, 2011: US07970990 (4 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of the present invention provides a system that facilitates scalable high-bandwidth memory access using a memory module with optical interconnect. This system includes an optical channel, a memory buffer, and a random-access memory module. The memory buffer is configured to receive a ...


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Craig S Forrest, Robert J Drost, Ronald Ho, Ivan E Sutherland: Proximity optical memory module having an electrical-to-optical and optical-to-electrical converter. Oracle America, Park Vaughan & Fleming, August 31, 2010: US07786427 (4 worldwide citation)

A memory module is formed of multiple memory chips and an optical interface chip fixed on a substrate. The chips are interconnected by proximity communication (PxC) in which each chip includes transmitting and receiving elements, such as electrical pads which form capacitively coupled links when the ...


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Craig S Forrest, Gaurav Singh, Kiran B Kattel: Multi-protocol communication circuit. NetLogic Microsystems, Vista IP Law Group, April 3, 2012: US08149862 (1 worldwide citation)

A multi-protocol communication circuit, for example, a serializer-deserializer (SerDes) circuit for communicating between an internal logic circuit and an external link includes a select terminal configured to accept a select signal representing a plurality of mode select signal. A SerDes core is co ...


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Craig S Forrest, Edward H Frank, Patrick J Naughton: Method and apparatus for constructing a frame buffer with a fast copy means. Sun Microsystems, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, September 28, 1999: US05959638

A method and apparatus for quickly copying a first frame region into a second frame region. A video memory array comprising a plurality of video random access memory devices is divided into at least two frame regions. A background image is rendered by a central processing unit into a background fram ...