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 Patent: # 3 Patents published at Intellectual Property of India

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Title: IPCPC-VLSI-CIRCUIT: Intelligence Process of computing dual Conductor Parasitic Advanced Capacitances for VLSI Circuits under IP India.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dr Uday Panwar, AP, SIRT 

ABSTRACT OF THE INVENTION

My Invention “ IPCPC-VLSI-Circuits” The method of computing parasitic advanced capacitances between multiple, duel electrical conductors within an electric circuit computes a division of the circuit's physical layout into a plurality of windows. The parasitic capacitances associated with the conductors of each window are computed, and the results for the various windows combined into a matrix (2-D, 3-D) of parasitic capacitances for the overall circuit. The windows are preferably overlapped, with the capacitance values for conductor pairs located in more than one window averaged. Complex polygons are fractured into simpler shapes by extending a ray from a vertex of the polygon to intersect an opposed segment, and defining the peripheries of the simpler elements as comprising the ray and respective different portions of the original polygon's periphery. Rays may be extended in a x,y pattern from multiple vertices of the polygon until a ray is located that extends through the polygon's interior, with the fracturing performed along that ray. Fracturing preferably continues until all of the elements are reduced to Manhattan-oriented rectangles or triangles. Where one element overlaps another element in another plane, fracturing is performed along a projection of the overlapping edge on the second element to reduce inaccuracies in the approximated charge density on the overlapped element.

 Title: ITMD Device: Intelligent Technology to Maximize Display area of a Mobile Devices under IP India.

 ABSTRACT OF THE INVENTION

My Invention “ITMD-Device” The technology disclosed here maximizes the size of the display area associated with the mobile device by various quality pixel camera placement. In one embodiment, the camera is placed inside the mobile device, and can pop outside the mobile device when the camera is activated. When the camera is inactive the camera retracts inside the mobile device, and becomes unnoticeable to the user. In another embodiment, the camera is integrated into the mobile device display as a camera icon. The integrated camera serves two purposes: to record pictures, and to act as a camera icon, that when selected activates the camera. By removing the camera from the front side of the mobile device, or by integrating the camera into the display screen of the mobile device, the size of the mobile device display screen can be increased.

 Title: PD MASS STORAGE LOCKING: PEN DRIVE MASS STORAGE LOCKING.

 ABSTRACT OF THE INVENTION

The invention “PD-Mass Storage Locking “The mass-storage device, comprising a Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface, a locking function coupled to the USB interface wherein the locking function is accessible via a USB device class other than a mass-storage class, and a data mass-storage memory coupled to the locking circuit. USB specification was updated to next all version to improve the performance and usability of PC peripherals, opening the door to a world of high performance/high-bandwidth applications such as mass storage, digital video, and broadband access. The speed of USB has been increased to (USB 3.1) 10 Gbit/s, a 256× improvement over its predecessor. The USB protocol, however, maintains backwards compatibility to the full speed (10 Gbit/s) and low speed (1.5 Mb/s) devices defined in the USB specification. Mass storage is a protocol within the USB standard used to attach storage devices to a computer, such as hard disk drives, floppy disk drives, small portable non-volatile memory “thumb” drives, DVDs, CD-ROMs, and other devices for storing large (more than several megabytes) of data.

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