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Adrian P Wise, Kevin Douglas Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter J Claydon, Donald W Walker Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William Philip Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Memory interface for reading/writing data from/to a memory. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Steve Wong, Richard Stokey, September 28, 2004: US06799246 (171 worldwide citation)

A memory interface for connecting a bus to memory comprises an input, a buffer, an address input, a generator, and a writer. The input receives a plurality of data words from the bus. The buffer buffers the data words received from the bus. The address input receives from the bus addresses associate ...


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Anthony Mark Jones, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Donald William Patterson, William P Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Method for storing video information. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, November 16, 1999: US05984512 (82 worldwide citation)

An MPEG video decompression method and apparatus utilizing a plurality of stages interconnected by a two-wire interface arranged as a pipeline processing machine. Control tokens and DATA Tokens pass over the single two-wire interface for carrying both control and in token format. A token decode circ ...


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Adrian P Wise, Kevin D Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Donald William Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William P Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Token-based adaptive video processing arrangement. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, June 16, 1998: US05768629 (61 worldwide citation)

An MPEG video decompression method and apparatus utilizing a plurality of stages interconnected by a two-wire interface arranged as a pipeline processing machine. Control tokens and DATA Tokens pass over the single two-wire interface for carrying both control and data in token format. A token decode ...


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Adrian P Wise, Kevin D Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Donald William Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William P Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Token-based adaptive video processing arrangement. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, November 10, 1998: US05835792 (45 worldwide citation)

An MPEG video decompression method and apparatus utilizing a plurality of stages interconnected by a two-wire interface arranged as a pipeline processing machine. Control tokens and DATA Tokens pass over the single two-wire interface for carrying both control and data in token format. A token decode ...


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Adrian Philip Wise, Martin William Sotheran, William Philip Robbins, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Kevin James Boyd, Helen Rosemary Finch: Data pipeline system and data encoding method. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, September 8, 1998: US05805914 (30 worldwide citation)

A multi-standard video decompression apparatus has a plurality of stages interconnected by a two-wire interface arranged as a pipeline processing machine. Control tokens and DATA Tokens pass over the single two-wire interface for carrying both control and data in token format. A token decode circuit ...


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Adrian P Wise, Kevin D Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Donald William Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William P Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Video decompression. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, October 13, 1998: US05821885 (15 worldwide citation)

An MPEG video decompression method and apparatus utilizing a plurality of stages interconnected by a two-wire interface arranged as a pipeline processing machine. Control tokens and DATA Tokens pass over the single two-wire interface for carrying both control and data in token format. A token decode ...


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Adrian P Wise, Kevin D Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Donald William Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William P Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Technique for implementing a swing buffer in a memory array. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, October 27, 1998: US05829007 (15 worldwide citation)

A RAM implementation of asynchronous swing buffering is provided in which two buffers are operated asynchronously; one is written while the other is read. Accordingly, this allows for a data stream having a fast rate of through-put to be resynchronized to another rate, while still maintaining a desi ...


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Adrian P Wise, Kevin D Dewar, Anthony Mark Jones, Martin William Sotheran, Colin Smith, Helen Rosemary Finch, Anthony Peter John Claydon, Donald William Patterson, Mark Barnes, Andrew Peter Kuligowski, William P Robbins, Nicholas Birch, David Andrew Barnes: Arrangement for processing packetized data. Discovision Associates, Ronald J Clark, Robert T Braun, Arthur S Bickel, April 14, 1998: US05740460 (10 worldwide citation)

An MPEG video decompression method and apparatus utilizing a plurality of stages interconnected by a two-wire interface arranged as a pipeline processing machine. Control tokens and DATA Tokens pass over the single two-wire interface for carrying both control and data in token format. A token decode ...


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Martin W Sotheran, Helen Rosemary Finch: Method and apparatus for displaying video data. Discovision Associates, Keiji Masaki, Steve Wong, Richard Stokey, July 9, 2002: US06417859 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a method to control the buffering of encoded video data organized as frames or fields. This method involves determining the picture number of each incoming decoded frame, determining the expected presentation number at any time and marking any buffer as ready when its picture ...


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Anthony Mark Jones, Donald William Walker Paterson, William Phillips Robins, Adrian Phillips Wise, Helen Rosemary Finch, Martin William Sotheran: Ram access method. Discovision Assoc, February 27, 1996: JP1996-055060

PURPOSE: To avoid complication for making a system fit to burst length which dynamically changes by accessing to the number of words, which is smaller than prescribed fixed burst length in RAM, from RAM. CONSTITUTION: At the time of accessing to DRAM 16 and storing and retrieving the data word on a ...