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Howard W Anderson, Michael T Moore: Hydrazone containing charge transport element and photoconductive process of using same. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas W O Rourke, William N Hogg, Robert E Harris, April 24, 1979: US04150987 (193 worldwide citation)

A process for electrophotographic reproduction, and a layered electrophotographic plate having a conventional charge generation layer and a p-type hydrazone containing charge transport layer, in which the surface of the charge transport layer is selectively discharged by actinic radiation as a resul ...


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Michael T Moore: Architecture of a PLL with dynamic frequency control on a PLD. Cypress Semiconductor, Christopher P Maiorana P C, February 10, 2004: US06690224 (78 worldwide citation)

An apparatus including a clock generating circuit and a programmable logic circuit. The clock generating circuit may be configured to generate one or more output signals in response to a reference signal and one or more control signals, wherein the output signals each have a frequency and a phase th ...


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Michael T Moore: Method and apparatus for programmable logic device (PLD) built-in-self-test (BIST). Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Bradley T Sako, January 4, 2005: US06839873 (32 worldwide citation)

According to one embodiment, a programmable logic assembly (200) may include a nonvolatile memory (202) may be coupled to an associated volatile programmable logic device (PLD) (204). Built-in-self-test (BIST) data (208) may be stored in a nonvolatile memory (202) that places the volatile PLD (204) ...


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Michael T Moore, James Lie: Architecture for efficient implementation of serial data communication functions on a programmable logic device (PLD). Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Bradley T Sako, April 4, 2006: US07024653 (14 worldwide citation)

According to one embodiment, an integrated circuit (100) includes a programmable portion (102) and a communication portion (104). A programmable portion (102) may include logic circuits that are configurable by a user. A communication portion (104) may include one or more circuit blocks designed to ...


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Michael T Moore, John M Olson, Donald A Stremel: Ink jet inks and method of making. International Business Machines Corporation, Francis A Sirr, May 17, 1983: US04383859 (13 worldwide citation)

An ink jet printing ink is first formulated in concentrated form, and in this form it is subjected to stressful operating conditions such as an elevated temperature. This stress causes particle formation. After filtration to remove these particles, the final ink formulation is prepared, including fo ...


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Robert S Cutler, Michael T Moore: Ink jet ink composition. International Business Machines Corporation, Francis A Sirr, June 15, 1982: US04334878 (11 worldwide citation)

An aqueous blue ink for use in ink jet printing, the ink being a mixture of a blue dye, a cyan dye, a styrene/acrylic binder, water and ammonia as a volatile solubilizing constituent.


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Larry D Bowden, Robert B Champ, Michael T Moore: Layered electrophotographic plate having tetramethyl benzidene based disazo dye. International Business Machines Corporation, Francis A Sirr, December 22, 1981: US04307167 (5 worldwide citation)

A layered electrophotographic plate having a triaryl pyrazoline containing charge transport layer and a charge generation layer having a photogenerating dye of the composition: ##STR1##


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Michael T Moore: I/O cell architecture for CPLDs. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Christopher P Malorana P C, September 17, 2002: US06452417 (5 worldwide citation)

An I/O cell of a programmable logic device comprising a register, a first multiplexer, a second multiplexer, and a third multiplexer. The first multiplexer may be configured to present one of a plurality of signals to a data input of the register in response to a control signal. The second multiplex ...


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Michael T Moore: Method of programming PLDs using a wireless link. Cypress Semiconductor, Christopher P Maiorana PC, June 28, 2005: US06912601 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus comprising a wireless transceiver and a programmable logic circuit. The wireless transceiver may be coupled to the programmable logic circuit. The programmable logic circuit may comprise a programmable logic device, a processor, and a memory circuit, implemented in a single integrated c ...