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Frederick Buckley III, Gerald A Miller, Vincent A Scotto: MOS interchip receiver differential amplifiers employing CMOS amplifiers having parallel connected CMOS transistors as feedback shunt impedance paths. International Business Machines Corporation, John E Hoel, February 14, 1978: US04074151 (21 worldwide citation)

A negative shunt feedback CMOS amplifier is disclosed for connection to the output nodes of MOS interchip digital signal receiver differential amplifiers which have highly capacitive output nodes in order to bypass the large capacitance to thereby extract a high speed current signal. A first embodim ...


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Frederick Buckley III, Malcom K Creamer Jr, Gerald A Miller: MOS interchip receiver differential amplifiers employing resistor shunt CMOS amplifiers. International Business Machines Corporation, John E Hoel, February 14, 1978: US04074150 (20 worldwide citation)

A negative shunt feedback CMOS amplifier is disclosed for connection to the output nodes of MOS interchip digital signal receiver differential amplifiers which have highly capacitive output nodes in order to bypass the large capacitance to thereby extract a high speed current signal. A first embodim ...


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John W Fernandes, Gerald A Miller, Andrew M Mallinson, Stephen R Lewis: Sub-ranging A/D converter with improved error correction. Analog Deivces Incorporated, Parmelee Bollinger & Bramblett, February 14, 1989: US04804960 (19 worldwide citation)

A 12-bit sub-ranging A/D converter which operates through four successive sub-ranging cycles with an 8:1 gain change between the cycles. The residue signal for each cycle is directed to a four-bit flash converter the output of which sets the latches for corresponding bit-current-sources of a DAC. Th ...


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John W Fernandes, Gerald A Miller, Andrew M Mallinson: Sub-ranging A/D converter with flash converter having balanced input. Analog Devices, Parmelee Bollinger & Bramblett, March 21, 1989: US04814767 (18 worldwide citation)

A 12-bit sub-ranging A/D converter which operates through four successive sub-ranging cycles with an 8:1 gain change between the cycles. The residue signal for each cycle is directed to a four-bit flash converter the output of which sets the latches for corresponding bit-current-sources of a DAC. Th ...


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Bruce Edward Amazeen, Michael C W Coln, Scott Wayne, Gerald A Miller, Mick Mueck: Multi-stage, low-offset, fast-recovery, comparator system and method. Analog Devices, Iandiorio & Teska, August 6, 2002: US06429697 (16 worldwide citation)

A multi-stage, low-offset, fast-recovery, comparator system and method for: reducing the input offset voltage of the zeroing amplifier by a factor essentially equal to gain of the zeroing amplifier; reducing the input offset voltage of the combined main and zeroing amplifiers by a factor essentially ...


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Mark A Koke, James A Yanacek, Gerald A Miller, Brian W Krause: Plastic lined fittings for use with flangeless piping systems. Crane Co, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, September 21, 1999: US05954371 (15 worldwide citation)

Plastic-lined fittings and their method of manufacture. The fittings are capable of being joined without flanges to plastic-lined piping systems. The fittings feature a zero tolerance fit between the liner and the metal portion of the fitting, and an outward expansion of the portion of the liner whi ...


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Gerald A Miller, Michael C W Coln: Jitter and load insensitive charge transfer. Analog Devices, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, September 17, 2002: US06452531 (13 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for jitter and load insensitive charge transfer are disclosed. A quantity of charge is transferred to or from a load during a transfer interval, wherein the charge transferred is significantly insensitive to load characteristics and variations in the transfer interval. A succes ...


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Gerald A Miller: Sample/hold amplifier for integrated circuits. Analog Devices Incorporated, Parmelee Bollinger & Bramblett, May 23, 1989: US04833345 (9 worldwide citation)

A sample/hold amplifier comprising two transconductance stages with their inverting input terminals connected together. In sample mode, the input signal is connected to the non-inverting input of the first stage, and a hold capacitor is connected to the non-inverting input terminal of the second sta ...


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Gerald A Miller, John M Zabsky: High frequency diffusion muffler for gas jets. Dresser, Daniel Rubin, August 29, 1978: US04109756 (1 worldwide citation)

A dissipative-type muffler for attenuating the high velocity discharge of a high pressure-high temperature safety valve. A path of flow constituting four stages of controlled turbulence suppressed diffusion is formed internally of the muffler extending from an intake into a plenum chamber then distr ...


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