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John T Holloway, Edward H Frank, Eric Ojard, Jason Alexander Trachewsky, Tracy D Mallory, Henry S Ptasinski, Raymond Hayes, Kevin H Peterson, Larry C Yamano, Alan Corry, Jay Pattin: Transceiver method and signal therefor embodied in a carrier wave for a frame-based communications network. Broadcom Corporation, Christie Parker & Hale, April 25, 2006: US07035285 (116 worldwide citation)

A method and signal therfor embodied in a carrier wave for sending information from transmit stations to receive stations over a transmission medium of a frame-based communications network. The information is sent in transmit frames having a frame format comprising a fixed rate header, followed by a ...


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John T Holloway, Edward H Frank, Eric Ojard, Jason Alexander Trachewsky, Tracy D Mallory, Henry S Ptasinski, Raymond Hayes, Kevin H Peterson, Larry C Yamano, Alan Corry, Jay Pattin: Transceiver method and signal therefor embodied in a carrier wave for a frame-based communications network. Christie Parker & Hale, January 31, 2002: US20020012343-A1

A method and signal therfor embodied in a carrier wave for sending information from transmit stations to receive stations over a transmission medium of a frame-based communications network. The information is sent in transmit frames having a frame format comprising a fixed rate header, followed by a ...


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Bruce E Edwards, Mark D Matson, Walter A Morton, Jay Pattin: Low-power operation of systems requiring low-latency and high-throughput. Broadcom Corporation, Garlick Harrison & Markison, October 20, 2005: US20050232218-A1

A method and apparatus for providing multiple clock signals for a communication device, with the clock signals being generated to correspond to the operating mode of various core modules of the communication device. A clock generator is operable to generate a plurality of clock signals having perfor ...


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Mark Gonikberg, Jay Pattin, Wai Ki: Power management unit (PMU) sequencer. Broadcom Corporation a California Corporation, Garlick Harrison & Markison, November 13, 2008: US20080280656-A1

A technique to use a power management unit (PMU) sequencer to control switching of a plurality of functional modules between two or more power modes. The PMU sequencer sequences through a hierarchical order of turn-on and turn-off sequences based on dependencies established for each of the functiona ...