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Lee Winston, Sutardja Sehat, Pannell Donald: Multiport memory architecture, devices and systems including the same, and methods of using the same. Marvell World Trade, September 15, 2004: EP1457993-A2 (18 worldwide citation)

A multiport memory architecture, systems including the same and methods for using the same. The architecture generally includes (a) a memory array; (b) a plurality of ports configured to receive and/or transmit data; and (c) a plurality of port buffers, each of which is configured to transmit the da ...


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Frank David Gallo, Brian Gerard Goodman, Ronald Faye Hill Jr, Roberta Lee Winston: Concurrent configuration of drives of a data storage library. International Business Machines Corporation, John H Holcombe, November 2, 2004: US06813698 (16 worldwide citation)

Drives of a data storage library are concurrently configured. A processor transmits library configuration data separately to each drive, initializes a first configuration process state, with a time-out period, for each drive. A drive responds with a status response, the first process state is update ...


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Lee Winston, Sutardja Sehat, Pannell Donald: Multiport memory architecture, device, system, and method. Marvell World Trade, October 14, 2004: JP2004-288355 (16 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a high-speed multiport memory architecture suited for a network high speed and high switching flexibility, and a method and a system including the same.SOLUTION: A multiport memory is provided with a plurality of ports (c) for receiving/transmitting the data (b) of a ...


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Frank David Gallo, Brian Gerard Goodman, Leonard George Jesionowski, Staley Bert Slawson, Roberta Lee Winston, Raymond Yardy: Self-configuring and self-calibrating automated system. International Business Machines Corporation, John H Holcombe, October 29, 2002: US06473706 (14 worldwide citation)

An automated system having removable system components is self-configured, first, determining whether configuration data is available, for example, in a non-volatile memory. If available, the processor reads a system identifier of the configuration data, compares the read and a sensed system identif ...


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Leung Wingyu, Lee Winston, Hsu Fu Chien: Directional asymmetric signal swing bus system for circuit module architecture. Monolithic System Tech, January 10, 1996: EP0691617-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

A memory device which utilizes a plurality of memory modules coupled in parallel to a master I/O module through a single directional asymmetrical signal swing (DASS) bus. This structure provides an I/O scheme having symmetrical swing around half the supply voltage, high through-put, high data bandwi ...


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McMahon Richard A, Lee Winston F Z, Painley Elmer F: Fluid flow meter. Rockwell Manufacturing Company, October 31, 1972: US3701277 (8 worldwide citation)

A fluid flow meter having a recessed body defining a fluid measuring chamber which is open at one end and which rotatably receives a fluid driven metering rotor. A register casing containing a fluid flow register mechanism is detachably fixed to the meter body and has a bottom wall part covering the ...


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Leung Wingyu Nmi, Lee Winston K M: Ttl to cmos logic level translator.. Integrated Device Tech, September 12, 1990: EP0386570-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Four transistors (110,116,112,118), a pair of buffers (122,124), and an inverter (126) are configured with the first transistor (110) connected in a pull-up configuration, with the transistor drain connected to a first node (130) and with the transistor gate connected to a second node (132). The sec ...


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