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Method of making high dielectric constant insulators and capacitors using same
Inventors: Hsieh, Ning; Irene, Eugene A.; Ishaq, Mousa H.;
Notes: Since the 1990's, scientists and engineers have researched the use of high-k dielectrics to enable further miniaturization of components in semiconductor manufacturing.
Production of carbon fibres and compositions containing said fibres
Inventors: Johnson, William; Watt, William
Notes: Carbon fiber was originally developed for military use, but has since been used in commercial airplanes, sports equipment, musical instruments, and a variety of other applications.
Method for node ranking in a linked database
Inventors: Page, Lawrence
Notes: Method for node ranking in a linked database and usefulness of web searches.
Field-effect transistor memory
Inventors: Dennard, Robert H.
Notes: Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) was invented in the 1960's and is present in most personal computers.
Spread spectrum multiple access communication system using satellite or terrestrial repeaters
Inventors: Gilhousen, Klein S.; Jacobs, Irwin M.;
Weaver, Jr., Lindsay A.
Notes: Spread spectrum technology is an integral component of Code Division Multiple Access, a key channel access method used by cell phones.
Electrically erasable programmable read-only memory with NAND cellstructure
Inventors: Momodomi, Masaki; Toita, Koichi; Itoh, Yasuo; Iwata, Yoshihisa; Masuoka, Fujio; Chiba, Masahiko; Endo, Tetsuo; Shirota, Riichiro; Kirisawa, Ryouhei
Notes: Flash technology is used for data storage for a range of devices including digital cameras, camcorders, and portable media players.
Charge coupled memory with storage sites
Inventors: Smith, George Elwood
Notes: The Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) was invented in the late 1960's and led to the development of digital cameras, copiers, and scanners.
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