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Richard A Elder, Randy Johnson, Dean L Frew, Arthur M Wilson: Non-destructive burn-in test socket for integrated circuit die. Texas Instruments Incorporated, B Peter Barndt, Richard L Donaldson, June 23, 1992: US05123850 (193 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a burn-in test socket which serves as a temporary package for integrated circuit die, multichip hybrid or a complete wafer without damaging the bonding pads or insulating passivation on the die during test and burn-in.


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Dean L Frew, Mark A Kressley, Arthur M Wilson, Juanita G Miller, Philip E Hecker Jr, James Drumm, Randall E Johnson, Rick Elder: Three dimensional assembly of integrated circuit chips. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Gary C Honeycutt, Richard L Donaldson, William E Hiller, July 5, 1994: US05327327 (62 worldwide citation)

The multi-chip circuit module of the invention comprises a plurality of circuit chips assembled in a laminated stack. Each chip includes a plurality of layers of thin film interconnect patterns in the normal configuration, except for the final layer or layers, which comprise a reroute pattern that l ...


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Arthur M Wilson, Mark A Kressley, Dean L Frew, Juanita G Miller, John E Hanicak, Philip E Hecker, James M Drumm: Solder bump transfer for microelectronics packaging and assembly. Texas Instruments Incorporated, Rene E Grossman, Richard L Donaldson, Jay M Cantor, July 8, 1997: US05646068 (16 worldwide citation)

A method of making a microelectronic circuit and the connection pattern therefor including the steps of providing a substrate (3), preferably silicon and preferably including a layer of nickel (38) under a layer of gold (36) thereon. Regions are formed on the substrate for connection of electrical c ...


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Thomas C Abraham Jr, Daniel J Ahearn, Chandrakumar Bhumireddy, Dean L Frew, Balaraju Velupula, Matthew D Wilson: Radio frequency identification application system. Xterprise Incorporated, Slater & Matsil L, August 4, 2009: US07570165 (4 worldwide citation)

A radio frequency identification (“RFID”) application system for use with an RFID system adapted to apply an RFID tag to a product and method of operating the same. In one embodiment, the RFID application system includes a printer applicator controller configured to manage an operation of a printer ...


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Richard Keith Svalesen, Dean L Frew, Larry Hilgert: Portable radio frequency identification system. Xterprise Incorporated, Boisbrun Hofman PLLC, June 18, 2013: US08466792 (2 worldwide citation)

A radio frequency identification (“RFID”) system and method of operating the same. In one embodiment, the RFID system includes a portable structure including a frame with a base supported by a plurality of wheels, an antenna tower and at least one removable shelf therein. The RFID system also includ ...


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Dean L Frew, Thomas C Abraham: Radio Frequency Identification Objects and Systems Employing the Same. Slater & Matsil, September 11, 2008: US20080218356-A1

A radio frequency identification (“RFID”) reader, system and object, and methods of operating and manufacturing the same. In one embodiment, the RFID object includes a container having an interior wall, an exterior wall and a cavity therebetween. The RFID object also includes an RFID tag located wit ...


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Richard Keith Svalesen, Dean L Frew: Asset Including a Radio Frequency Identification Tag and Method of Forming the Same. Slater & Matsil, April 24, 2008: US20080094223-A1

An asset including a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag and method of forming the same are presented. In one embodiment, the asset includes an asset carrier surrounding the asset and an RFID tag coupled to the asset carrier. The RFID tag includes a carrier, an integrated circuit located in th ...


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Richard Keith Svalesen, Dean L Frew: Radio frequency identification tag and method of forming the same. Slater & Matsil, October 4, 2007: US20070229284-A1

A radio frequency identification (RFID) tag and method of forming the same are presented. In one embodiment, the RFID tag includes an integrated circuit located in a carrier and an adhesive coupled to the carrier. The RFID tag also includes a strain relief member coupled to the adhesive on a surface ...


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Thomas C Abraham, Daniel J Ahearn, Chandrakumar Bhumireddy, Dean L Frew, Balaraju Velupula, Matthew D Wilson: Radio frequency identification application system. Slater & Matsil, September 21, 2006: US20060212164-A1

A radio frequency identification (“RFID”) application system for use with an RFID system adapted to apply an RFID tag to a product and method of operating the same. In one embodiment, the RFID application system includes a printer applicator controller configured to manage an operation of a printer ...


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Richard Keith Svalesen, Dean L Frew, Larry Hilgert: Portable Radio Frequency Identification System. Slater & Matsil, April 29, 2010: US20100102969-A1

A radio frequency identification (“RFID”) system and method of operating the same. In one embodiment, the RFID system includes a portable structure including a frame with a base supported by a plurality of wheels, an antenna tower and at least one removable shelf therein. The RFID system also includ ...