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Yat Tung Lam: Movable tap finite impulse response filter. Marvell International, October 24, 2006: US07127481 (25 worldwide citation)

Adaptive Finite Impulse Response Filter control includes structure and steps for receiving an input signal, filtering the input signal with an FIR filter having a plurality of filter stages, and delaying application of the input signal to at least one of said filter stages with respect to the other ...


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Yat Tung Lam, Pantas Sutardja: Long latency interface protocol. Marvell International, October 9, 2007: US07281065 (13 worldwide citation)

A system includes a read/write channel and a hard disk controller. The hard disk controller includes a latency-independent interface that communicates with the read/write channel. A serial control data circuit transmits a serial control data signal including serial control data, wherein the serial c ...


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Yat Tung Lam, Sehat Sutardja: Movable tap finite impulse response filter. Marvell International, October 10, 2006: US07120656 (8 worldwide citation)

A Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter is provided including a coefficient generator to generate first and second coefficients, a first control conductor, and a second control conductor. A controller is coupled to a first end of the first control conductor and a first end of the second control condu ...


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Yat Tung Lam, Pantas Sutardja: Long latency interface protocol. Marvell International, February 3, 2009: US07487268 (7 worldwide citation)

A system includes a read/write channel and a hard disk controller. The hard disk controller includes a latency-independent interface that communicates with the read/write channel. A serial control data circuit transmits a serial control data signal including serial control data, wherein the serial c ...


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Yat tung Lam: Method for interfacing non-volatile medium control system components. Marvell International, December 27, 2011: US08085486 (3 worldwide citation)

In a method for causing data to be written to a non-volatile medium, first data to be encoded and written in a sector of the non-volatile medium as a codeword is transmitted to a write or read/write channel device, and a write gate signal corresponding to the sector is asserted. Asserting the write ...


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Haoli Qian, Yat tung Lam, Runsheng He: High-speed parallel decision feedback equalizer. CREDO SEMICONDUCTOR, Krueger Iselin, June 30, 2015: US09071479 (2 worldwide citation)

A decision-feedback equalizer (DFE) can be operated at higher frequencies when parallelization and pre-computation techniques are employed. Disclosed herein is a DFE design suitable for equalizing receive signals with bit rates above 10 GHz, making it feasible to employ decision feedback equalizatio ...


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Yat Tung Lam: Movable tap finite impulse response filter. Marvell International, November 2, 2010: US07827224 (2 worldwide citation)

A method selects a period of delay in an FIR filter having (i) a plurality of delay elements and (ii) a plurality of coefficient taps each associated with a portion of an input signal in corresponding stages of delay from a corresponding delay element, in which at least one delay element has a perio ...


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Yat tung Lam: Method for interfacing non-volatile medium control system components. Marvell International, July 27, 2010: US07764453 (2 worldwide citation)

In a method for causing data to be written to a non-volatile medium, an indication of a size of a sector or a sector fragment may be transmitted to a channel device, and an indication of a size of a codeword to be written in the sector may be transmitted to the channel device. Data to be iteratively ...


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Yat Tung Lam: Movable tap finite impulse response filter. Marvell International, June 18, 2013: US08468188 (1 worldwide citation)

A finite impulse response (FIR) filter apparatus including: an input configured to receive a first input signal; a plurality of coefficient taps configured to filter the first input signal; a plurality of delay elements arranged between the plurality of coefficient taps, the plurality of delay eleme ...


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Yat Tung Lam: Movable tap finite impulse response filter. Marvell International, November 9, 2010: US07831647 (1 worldwide citation)

A finite impulse response (FIR) filter comprises a first multiplier that receives an input signal and a first tap coefficient. A first delay element receives the input signal and provides a fixed delay. A second multiplier receives a second tap coefficient and an output of the first delay element. A ...