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Nathaniel Brese
Nathaniel E Brese, Jitendra S Goela, Michael A Pickering: Silicon carbide with high thermal conductivity. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, John J Piskorski, October 21, 2008: US07438884 (1 worldwide citation)

A chemical vapor deposited, β phase polycrystalline silicon carbide having a high thermal conductivity and reduced stacking faults. The silicon carbide is synthesized under specific conditions using hydrogen gas and methyltrichlorosilane gas as reactants. The thermal conductivity of the silicon carb ...


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Nathaniel Brese
Nathaniel E Brese, Jitendra S Goela, Michael A Pickering: Silicon carbide with high thermal conductivity. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Edwards & Angell, January 6, 2005: US20050000412-A1

A chemical vapor deposited, β phase polycrystalline silicon carbide having a high thermal conductivity and reduced stacking faults. The silicon carbide is synthesized under specific conditions using hydrogen gas and methyltrichlorosilane gas as reactants. The thermal conductivity of the silicon carb ...


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Igor Y Khandros, Thomas H DiStefano: Semiconductor chip assemblies with fan-in leads. IST Associates, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, September 15, 1992: US05148265 (560 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor chip having contacts on the periphery of its top surface is provided with an interposer overlying the central portion of the top surface. Peripheral contact leads extend inwardly from the peripheral contacts to central terminals on the interposer. The terminals on the interposer may ...


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Donald R Mosebrook, David E Houggy, Robert G Palmer Jr, Joel S Spira, Donald F Hausman Jr, Robin C Moseley, David G Luchaco: Method and apparatus for controlling and determining the status of electrical devices from remote locations. Lutron Electronics Co, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, May 18, 1999: US05905442 (448 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for controlling an electrical device by remote control including a control device coupled to the electrical device by a wire connection for providing power to the electrical device, the control device having an actuator for adjusting the status of the electrical device and a radio frequenc ...


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Geoffrey A Landis: Charging of devices by microwave power beaming. NASA Glenn Research Center, November 22, 2005: US06967462 (422 worldwide citation)

A system for providing wireless, charging power and/or primary power to electronic/electrical devices is described whereby microwave energy is employed. Microwave energy is focused by a power transmitter comprising one or more adaptively-phased microwave array emitters onto a device to be charged. R ...


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Jones Stuart Michael Ruan, Cross David Murray, Wood Timothy Michael: Power supply systems for electrical devices. P A Consulting Services, Jones Stuart Michael Ruan, Cross David Murray, Wood Timothy Michael, JENKINS Peter David, August 25, 2005: WO/2005/078892 (384 worldwide citation)

An electrically powered portable device, the device being other than a toothbrush, the device including means for providing a function to be performed by the device, an electrical power supply which incorporates at least one capacitor for storing electrical charge to power the device, electronic con ...


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Erik J Bartone, Ernest L Mendenhall Jr, John H McClutchy Jr, Devang N Patel: System and method for monitoring and controlling energy usage. Nxegen, David D Lowry, Joseph P Quinn, Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels, October 14, 2003: US06633823 (351 worldwide citation)

A system and method for real time monitoring and control of energy consumption at a number of facilities to allow aggregate control over the power consumption. A central location receives information over a communications network, such as a wireless network, from nodes placed at facilities. The node ...


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Donald R Mosebrook, David E Houggy, Robert G Palmer Jr, Joel S Spira: Repeater for transmission system for controlling and determining the status of electrical devices from remote locations. Lutron Electronics Co, Ostrolenk Faber Gerb & Soffen, December 8, 1998: US05848054 (341 worldwide citation)

A repeater for use in a two way communication system for retransmitting information between a first device and a second device to help ensure reliable two way communication between the devices, comprising: a transmitter/receiver, the transmitter/receiver receiving signals from the first and second d ...


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Roger W Pryor, Napoleon P Formigoni, Stanford R Ovshinsky: Thin film electrical devices with amorphous carbon electrodes and method of making same. Energy Conversion Devices, Richard M Goldman, Marvin S Siskind, Kenneth M Massaroni, July 4, 1989: US04845533 (291 worldwide citation)

Thin film electrical structures, such as threshold switching devices and phase change memory cells, preferably utilizing electrically stable, relatively inert, conductive electrodes including a non-single-crystal deposited film of carbon material, are disclosed. The film of carbon material, which pr ...


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Kevin J Friel: Electrical devices comprising conductive polymers. Raychem Corporation, Marguesite E Gerstner, Timothy H P Richardson, Herbert G Burkard, November 21, 1989: US04882466 (276 worldwide citation)

An electrical device includes a laiminar resistive element which exhibits PTC behavior and two electrodes which exhibit ZTC behavior. The electrodes have a geometry which results in a resistance that is greater than the resistance of the resistive elements. The electrical device, which may be a heat ...