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Yuan Pin Yu, Stephen Wong, Mark B Hoffberg: Web-based biometric authentication system and method. Philips Electronics North America Corporation, July 27, 1999: US05930804 (247 worldwide citation)

A Web-based authentication system and method, the system comprising at least one Web client station, at least one Web server station and an authentication center. The Web client station is linked to a Web cloud, and provides selected biometric data of an individual who is using the Web client statio ...


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Stephen Wong, Fred Prior: Computer-based medical image distribution system and method. Philips Electronics North America Corporation, Dwight H Renfrew Jr, July 10, 2001: US06260021 (182 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an object-oriented system and method for easily and rapidly distributing medical images from existing picture and report storage systems to a plurality of heterogeneous client workstations. The system includes one or more interface engines, for providing image objects with ...


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Yuan Pin Yu, Stephen Wong, Mark B Hoffberg: Web-based, biometric authetication system and method. Philips Electronics North America Corporation, Michael E Schmitt, January 30, 2001: US06182076 (157 worldwide citation)

A Web-based authentication system and method, the system comprising at least one Web client station, at least one Web server station and an authentication center. The Web client station is linked to a Web cloud, and provides selected biometric data of an individual who is using the Web client statio ...


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Stephen Wong: Bridge rectifier circuit having active switches and an active control circuit. Philips Electronics North America Corporation, Steven R Biren, April 23, 1996: US05510972 (35 worldwide citation)

A bridge rectifier circuit uses active switches for at least two of its four rectifying elements, and employs an active control circuit to control the state of the active switches. The active control circuit receives its input from the AC input to the bridge rectifier circuit, is powered by the DC o ...


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Stephen Wong: Audio channel stacking with speech compression for narrow band transmission with provision for dialed calls. The Variable Speech Control Company, Charles E Pfund, April 29, 1986: US04586174 (10 worldwide citation)

An analog signal stacking method and apparatus permits transmission of n analog signals of given spectrum width over a narrow band communication circuit having bandwidth approximately equal to the spectrum width of one analog signal by compressing the spectrum of each signal by a factor of 1/n and f ...


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Stephen Wong, Satyendranath Mukherjee, Naveed Majid: High voltage differential sensor having a capacitive attenuator. North American Philips Corporation, Steven R Biren, January 16, 1996: US05485292 (8 worldwide citation)

A high-voltage differential sensor includes an attenuator formed of two matched monolithic capacitance divider networks. Each divider network is formed of a series connection of monolithically integrated capacitors, which together generate an attenuated differential signal from a high-voltage differ ...


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Chee Khuen Stephen Wong, Hock Lye John Pang, Wei Fan, Haijing Lu, Boon Keng Lok: Interconnect structure and a method of fabricating the same. Agency for Science Technology and Research, Nanyang Technological University, King & Spalding, June 11, 2013: US08462516 (1 worldwide citation)

An interconnect structure, an interconnect structure for interconnecting first and second components, an interconnect structure for interconnecting a multiple component stack and a substrate, and a method of fabricating an interconnect structure. The interconnect structure comprising a base portion ...


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Chee Wai Albert Lu, Boon Keng Lok, Chee Khuen Stephen Wong, Kai Meng Chua, Lai Lai Wai, Sunnappan Vasudivan: Capacitor interconnection. Agency for Science Technology & Research, April 27, 2010: US07705691 (1 worldwide citation)

A substrate for power decoupling and a method of forming a substrate for power decoupling. The substrate comprises one or more decoupling capacitors; and one or more interconnections to the decoupling capacitors. At least one of the interconnections comprises a lossy material.


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Stephen Wong: D.C. current compensation circuit for a nonlinear amplifier. U S Philips Corporation, Steven R Biren, July 11, 1995: US05432479 (1 worldwide citation)

A D.C. current compensation circuit for a nonlinear amplifier includes a compensating amplifier of substantially the same circuit configuration as that of the nonlinear amplifier, and a current mirror for coupling the compensation amplifier to the nonlinear amplifier to be compensated. The compensat ...


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