Bicameral LLC v. NXP USA, Inc. et al

Western District of Texas, txwd-6:2018-cv-00294

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Hansquine Declaration Exhibit 4 The Illustrated Dictionary of Electronics Seventh Edition Stan Gibilisco Editor-in-Chief MOUNT VERNON CITY LIBRARY 315 Snoqualmie Mount Vernon, WA 98273-4295 (360) 336-6209 Biscarded by MVCL McGraw-Hill New York San Francisco Washington, D.C. Auckland Bogotá Caracas Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Milan Montreal New Delhi San Juan Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto New York San Lisbon London San Juan Sing BC_GEN_0003685 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Gibilisco, Stan. The illustrated dictionary of electronics / Stan Gibilisco.—7th ed. p. cm. ISBN 0-07-024186-4 (pbk.) 1. Electronics—Dictionaries. I. Title. TK7804.G497 1997 621.381'03—dc21 97-9081 CIP McGraw-Hill A Division of The McGraw-Hill Companies Copyright © 1997 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. 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BC_GEN_0003686 370 aset@pt&ev-002944A DaenDooument 44-13 Filed 08/12/19 Page 4 of 4 interpreter A computer program that can con- vert instructions given in a high-level language (BASIC, for example) into the machine language that a computer uses; if it is not resident in the computer's nonvolatile memory, it must be loaded each time the machine is activated. interrecord gap See INTERBLOCK SPACE. interrupt A break in a computer program, as when a background job is interrupted so that a fore- ground job can be run. Also see BACKGROUND JOB and FOREGROUND JOB. interrupted commercial and amateur service See INTERMITTENT COMMERCIAL AND AMA- TEUR SERVICE. interrupted continuous wave Abbreviation, ICW. A continuous wave that is interrupted at regular intervals, as in the chopping of a wave at a reg- ular rate. Compare CONTINUOUS WAVE (CW) and MODULATED CONTINUOUS WAVE (MCW). interrupted dc A direct current or voltage that is periodically started and stopped by switching or chopping. interrupter contacts Auxiliary contacts operated directly by the armature of a stepping switch. interruption frequency See QUENCHING FRE- QUENCY. interruption-frequency oscillator See QUENCH OSCILLATOR. interrupt signal The signal that causes a break (INTERRUPT) in a computer program. intersatellite communication 1. Communica- tion between or among satellites. 2. Communi- cation between two earth-based stations, using two or more satellites. 3. Communication be- tween an earth-based station and a satellite- based station, using at least one intermediate relaying satellite. intersection The logical AND operation. interstage capacitor A coupling capacitor used between two circuit stages. interstage coupling The transfer of a signal be- tween two circuit stages, such as those of an amplifier. Common forms of interstage cou- pling include direct coupling, capacitive cour pling, transformer coupling, diode coupling and optoisolator coupling. interstage diode A semiconductor coupling diode used between two circuit stages. interstage transformer A coupling transformer used between two circuit stages. It provides di- rect-current isolation, and also can match pures resistive impedances. intersymbol interference In a digital communi- cations signal, a condition in which a given symbol overlaps with one or more other symbols (either immediately preceding it or immediatele following it), upsetting the ability of the receive to decipher signals in certain time intervals. The phenomenon is sometimes a problem in time- division multiplexing—especially at data speed near the maximum for the system. intersystem A power-generating network of im terconnected separate systems. intersystem communications Communications between computer systems, either through - rect linking of central processors, or by mutas use of peripherals and input/output channels intertie See INTERCONNECTION, 2. interval 1. The amount of separation between successive points, events, or quantities. 2. The continuous range of values between two defined points. 3. A specific period of time, with defined beginning and ending points. intervalometer A timing device for operating equipment over a precisely defined time interval interval timer A device that provides power to an equipment for a precise interval upon applica- tion of a simple initiating signal or action. See also INTERVALOMETER. interword space The seven-unit interval between words or code groups in telegraphy. Compare INTERCHARACTER SPACE. intoxication tester See DRUNKOMETER. intracoding The coding of data using only data that it contains. Intrafax Western Union's private facsimile system Intraframe A method of digital IMAGE COM- PRESSION developed by MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) and JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group). It operates by eliminating re- dundant data within image frames. Compare INTERFRAME. intrinsic-barrier diode See PIN DIODE. intrinsic-barrier transistor A bipolar transistor with a layer of intrinsic semiconductor between one of its pn junctions. intrinsic concentration The number of minority carriers exceeding the normal equilibrium num- ber in a semiconductor. intrinsic pairs ir an elec intrinsic the int tionala intrinsic of a ma pared samen intrinsic sic sem ITY and intrinsic FIGURE This va when a intrinsic s characte crystal semicon highly p p-type i EXTRINS intrusion a associate detects a rized per intrusions photocell ducer) th ing an ac INV Abbre inv Abbrer Invar A nic temperat ppm/°C). where me perature netostrict inverse 1. CHARACT negative opposite of additio tiplication inverse beta with the e inverse bias inverse char bipolar tra ter and co inverse con TION. inverse cube of an effect tance from a solenoida inverse curre inverse-dista: plied to the ing that the inverse feedb Satellites Earth intersatellite communication intersecting storage ring A device for producing great amounts of energy. It is similar to a vac- uum tube. High-speed subatomic particles are fed to a ring-shaped evacuated structure in op- posite directions. The two particle beams collide at various points, yielding high energy. BC_GEN_0003706