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Herbert P Byrnes, Jean Marc Halbout, Michael R Scheuermann, Eugene Shapiro: Thin interface pellicle for dense arrays of electrical interconnects. International Business Machines Corporation, Robert M Trepp, May 4, 1993: US05207585 (168 worldwide citation)

A thin interface pellicle probe for making temporary or permanent interconnections to pads or bumps on a semiconductor device wherein the pads or bumps may be arranged in high density patterns is described incorporating an electrode for each pad or bump wherein the electrode has a raised portion the ...


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Ernest Bassous, Jean Marc Halbout, Subramanian S Iyer, Rajiv V Joshi, Vijay P Kesan, Michael R Scheuermann, Massimo A Ghioni: High speed silicon-based lateral junction photodetectors having recessed electrodes and thick oxide to reduce fringing fields. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas P Dowd, Ronald L Drumheller, June 11, 1996: US05525828 (50 worldwide citation)

Silicon-VLSI-compatible photodetectors, in the form of a metal-semiconductor-metal photodetector (MSM-PD) or a lateral p-i-n photodetector (LPIN-PD), are disclosed embodying interdigitated metallic electrodes on a silicon surface. The electrodes of the MSM-PD have a moderate to high electron and hol ...


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Jean Marc Halbout, George V Treyz: Optical wavelength demultiplexing filter for passing a selected one of a plurality of optical wavelengths. International Business Machines Corporation, Robert M Trepp, Ronald L Drumheller, April 18, 1995: US05408319 (36 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for selecting an optical wavelength is provided incorporating a layer of silicon with two juxtaposed partially-reflective mirrors to provide a Fabry-Perot cavity and ohmic contacts to the silicon layer for heating the silicon layer to provide a temperature change to change its ...


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Jean Marc Halbout, Mark B Ketchen, Paul A Moskowitz, Michael R Scheuermann: Detachable high-speed opto-electronic sampling probe. International Business Machines Corporation, John J Goodwin, July 25, 1989: US04851767 (28 worldwide citation)

A testing or sampling probe to determine the response of electrical circuits or devices to ultrafast electrical pulses. The probe is detachable from the device being tested. The probe includes a transparent substrate though which optical pulses are focused or directed onto a photoconducting gap. The ...


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Irl N Duling III, Daniel R Grischkowsky, Jean Marc Halbout, Mark B Ketchen: Integrated terahertz electromagnetic wave system. IBM Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, October 8, 1991: US05056111 (19 worldwide citation)

A communication system for transmitting and receiving terahertz signals has a emitter employing a resonant radiating structure connected to an ultrafast switch. The switch is a subpicosecond photoconducting switch coupled to a coplanar transmission line having a pair of approximately 1 micron wide A ...


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Jean Marc Halbout, Stephen T Huhn, Thomas J Kramer, Daniel J Mathias Jr, Richard F Miskovitz, Edward Plavchak, Joel Penfield Read: System and method for measuring and pricing midrange computer server outsourcing services. International Business Machines Corporation, JoAnn Kealy Crockatt, Anne Vachon Dougherty, December 20, 2005: US06978257 (17 worldwide citation)

A server support matrix system and method for measuring and pricing information technology services provided by small, midrange and large servers. The inventive system and method assigns capacity units to server systems based on size and applies the capacity units to categorize server systems for va ...


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Ernest Bassous, Jean Marc Halbout, Subramanian S Iyer, Vijay P Kesan: Immersion scanning system for fabricating porous silicon films. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas P Dowd, Ronald L Drumheller, March 26, 1996: US05501787 (14 worldwide citation)

A system for making porous silicon on blank and patterned Si substrates by "immersion scanning", particularly suitable for fabricating light-emitting Si devices and utilizing an open electrolytic cell having a cathode and an opposing anode consisting of a Si substrate on which the porous silicon is ...


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Chung L Tang, Nils A Olsson, Jean Marc Halbout: Mode locking of travelling wave ring laser by amplitude modulation. Cornell Research Foundation, Jones Tullar & Cooper, November 27, 1984: US04485473 (13 worldwide citation)

An amplitude modulator for a tunable ring cavity dye laser is disclosed. The modulator is operated in time synchronization with the laser pump and is located assymetrically within the ring to attenuate dye laser pulses in one direction while passing pulses in the opposite direction, thereby producin ...


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Ernest Bassous, Jean Marc Halbout, Subramanian S Iyer, Vijay P Kesan: Apparatus for producing porous silicon on a substrate. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas P Dowd, Ronald L Drumheller, October 17, 1995: US05458756 (8 worldwide citation)

A system for making porous silicon on blank and patterned Si substrates by "immersion scanning", particularly suitable for fabricating light-emitting Si devices and utilizing an open electolytic cell having a cathode and an opposing anode consisting of a Si substrate on which the porous silicon is t ...


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George L Chiu, Jean Marc Halbout: High speed waveform sampling with a tunneling microscope. International Business Machines Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, May 28, 1991: US05019707 (4 worldwide citation)

Stroboscopic voltage measurements are effected within a short time window with very high spatial resolution using a tunneling microscope. Sampling the tunneling current is implemented by modulating the distance between the tunneling tip and a conductor which carries the waveform to be sampled. In on ...