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Inventor:
D'Aquino; Dan
Address:
San Diego, CA
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7541861 Matching for time multiplexed transistors June 2, 2009
An embodiment of the present invention is directed to a method of matching currents to a known ratio including generating a control signal from a control circuit, which includes a value that defines a configuration. The method also includes receiving the control signal at a switching cir
7449943 Matching for time multiplexed resistors November 11, 2008
An embodiment of the present invention is directed to a method of matching time-multiplexed resistors to a known ratio including generating a control signal from a control circuit, which includes a value that defines a configuration. The method also includes receiving the control sig
7304272 Systems and methods for adjusting parameters of a temperature sensor for settling time reduction December 4, 2007
A system for adjusting parameters of a temperature sensor for settling time reduction is disclosed. The system includes an input for receiving a signal for triggering an adjustment of one or more parameters associated with one or more portions of the temperature sensor. And, an adjuster










 
 
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