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110081: High-Efficiency Power Transistor Gate Drive

Gate-drive technology is traditionally an open-loop passive method that has no real-time control of a semiconductor power device’s switching speed, overshoot, and switching power losses. The technology is unreliable and cannot be optimized over different operating voltages and current conditions. It suffers high transient overshoots at voltag...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): Fang Peng, Junming Zhang, Zhiqian Chen
Keywords(s): Semiconductor, Signal Transduction, Switches Category(s): Electrical

100005: Efficient TCAM-based Packet Classification Using Multiple Lookups and Classifier Semantics

Packet classification enables many networking services on the Internet, such as firewall packet filtering and traffic accounting. Using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) chips to perform high-speed packet classification has become the de facto standard in industry. TCAM chips classify packets by comparing a packet with the full suite of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): XianG-Yang "alex" Liu, Eric Torng, Chad Meiners
Keywords(s): Packet Classification, Routers, Switches, TCAM Category(s): Communication, Computer Software

100004: A Systematic Non-Prefix Approach to Minimizing Packet Classifiers in TCAMs

Packet classification enables many networking services on the Internet, such as firewall packet filtering and traffic accounting. Using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) chips to perform high-speed packet classification has become the de facto standard in industry. TCAM chips classify packets by comparing a packet with the full suite of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): XianG-Yang "alex" Liu, Eric Torng, Chad Meiners
Keywords(s): Packet Classification, Routers, Switches, TCAM Category(s): Communication, Computer Software

090003: A Systematic Approach to Minimizing Packet Classifiers in TCAMs

Packet classification enables many networking services on the Internet, such as firewall packet filtering and traffic accounting. Using Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) chips to perform high-speed packet classification has become the de facto standard in industry. TCAM chips classify packets by comparing a packet with the full suite of...
Published: 7/21/2014   |   Inventor(s): XianG-Yang "alex" Liu, Eric Torng, Chad Meiners
Keywords(s): Packet Classification, Routers, Switches, TCAM Category(s): Communication, Computer Software