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Month of January 2002

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IPCOM000006754D 2002-Jan-30
This document includes comments and recommendations by the IAB on some architectural and policy issues related to the chartering of Open Pluggable Edge Services (OPES) in the IETF. OPES are services that would be deployed at application-level intermediaries in the network, for example, at a web proxy cache between...
IPCOM000006753D 2002-Jan-30
This document discusses those things that application designers might wish to consider when designing new protocols. While many common Internet applications will operate cleanly in the presence of Network Address Translators, others suffer from a variety of problems when crossing these devices. Guidelines are...
IPCOM000006752D 2002-Jan-29
The existing battery holders, especially the one used for Ilat batteries, are made of two pieces: the plastic frame, and the metal contact.
IPCOM000006751D 2002-Jan-29
The circuit eliminates a pin or an extra mechanical RF plunger in the radio accessory connector while still providing for the RF path selection between the radio antenna or external accessory antenna.
IPCOM000006750D 2002-Jan-29
In scme radios, a battery saver mode for PL was not enabled due insignificant current savings. The sleep period was only 60 msecs and the active time was about 450 msecs. The battery save period is about 12%. This figure was not optimal and could be improved to 84% and more.
IPCOM000006749D 2002-Jan-29
A portable radio which offers channel selection option requires some type of selector switch to facilitate access. The selector switch shown (Figure 1) serves the purpose mechanically. This switch consists of: (i) contact finger (ii) return spring (iii) slider (iv) housing These four components form a selector switch...
IPCOM000006748D 2002-Jan-29
In the Secure Telecommunications business there exists a need for special function modules to accom- pany the end user's telephone. These special function modules must attach mechanically and electrically to the phone in a way that allows for flush mounting. In doing so, the electrical interconnection must 1) be...
IPCOM000006747D 2002-Jan-29
Lightly-doped drain (LDD) structures are typically used to suppress hot-carrier effects in submicron CMOS devices [ 11. The conventional LDD spacer process con- sists of a low-dose source/drain implantation performed after polysilicon gate etch which is followed by the dep- osition and reactive-ion etch of a...
IPCOM000006746D 2002-Jan-29
This invention applies to integrated circuits which make use of boundary scan architecture. For informa- tion on JTAG boundary scan refer to the document enti- tled "IEEE Standard Test Access Port and Boundary- Scan Architecture, IEEE Std. 1149.1-9990" In typical sea-of-gates macrocell/gate arrays the cir- cuit is...
IPCOM000006745D 2002-Jan-29
This invention allows multiple power devices to be tkmly secured against a heatsink by means of a single spring clip panel. By reducing parts count, this inven- tion drastically improves an assembly's manufacturabiity. Also, the invention circumvents the need for vibration supports and chemical adhesives, which can be...
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