Low Temperature Epitaxial Growth of Silicon Materials

  • Bean J.

In the industrialized world, we are seldom more than a few meters from a crystal of silicon. One may be strapped to our wrist, others thinly disguised in the calculator, VCR or auto ignition system, indeed, one may even be lurking in the quartz movement of the new "antique" clock.

Squeezing the Vacuum in an Optical Cavity

  • Slusher R.

No abstract. Refer back to previously released 092485.

LEADOUT: A Static Timing Analyzer for MOS Circuits

  • Szymanski T.

LEADOUT is a system for static timing analysis of synchronous MOS circuits. Its major design objectives are to handle multi-phase clocking disciplines with a minimum of user intervention and to accurately treat both static and dynamic logic expressed at the transistor level.

Comparative Magnetospheres in the Solar System

  • Lanzerotti L.

The interactions between rotating planetary magnetic fields and the solar wind create enormous flowing regions of plasma -- Jupiter dwarfs the sun -- whose behavior bears on a broad set of astrophysical problems.

Architecture Instruction Set and Support for the AT&T WE(R)DSP32 and WE(R)DSP16 Digital Signal Processors

  • Boddie J.

This talk will describe the capabilities of two digital signal processor products fro AT&T (the DSP32 and DSP16).

DS1 Facility Performance: Digital Radio as Long-Haul Technology

  • Cooper T.
  • Heidt R.
  • Hubbard J.
  • Lindsay P.
  • Zinnikas M.

The session will center on the evolution of the AT&T high performance Digital Network. An overview is provided of the evolving technology and of the techniques used to engineer and maintain the network to provide quality digital services. ;

The AWK Programming Language

  • Aho A.
  • Kernighan B.
  • Weinberger P.

Awk is a programming language that makes it possible to handle many tasks with short programs, often only a line or two. An awk program is a sequence of pattern-action statements that searches a set of files for lines matched by any of the specified patterns and executes the action ...

UPMOS - A New Approach to Submicrometer VLSI

  • Foo P.
  • Hillenius S.
  • Lebowitz J.
  • Liu R.
  • Lynch W.
  • Orlowsky K.

A novel self-aligned, raised contact structure, UPMOS, which provides shallow junctions, low series resistance, and minimizes the source/drain junction capacitance for MOS circuits is described.

FT Series G Lightwave Digital Transmission System Architecture & Upgrade Capability

  • Denkin N.
  • Linnell J.
  • Marra W.
  • Ogawa K.

Customer needs and service demands continue to grow at staggering rates. This in turn drives the need for higher capacity digital transmission facilities.

Direct Growth of GaAs-on-Si by MOCVD - Limitations and Future Directions

  • Abernathy C.
  • Caruso R.
  • Hobson W.
  • Pearton S.
  • Short K.
  • Stavola M.
  • Vernon S.

A comprehensive evaluation of the materials quality and device performance of GaAs layers deposited directly on Si substrates by MOCVD reveals a number of severe shortcomings.

A Year's Experience with End User Searching

  • Hawkins D.
  • Levy L.

We describe our first year's experience offering the EasyNet system to employees at AT&T Bell Laboratories. The service is filling a need; over 80 users requested a password in the first six months the service was available. By the end of 1986, users had done over 300 searchers and had ...

International Switched Digital Service at 64 Kbit/s

  • Litofsky B.
  • Moe W.
  • Sykes J.

New capabilities in the United States network and International Switching Centers and increased international digital connectivity resulting from the introduction of transocean fiberguide cables will soon make it possible to support international 64 kbit/s connections based on CCITT ISDN recommendations.

Communications Hardware Corrosion

  • Blee J.

This 2 1/2 hour session discusses the various corrosion mechanisms and uses telephone equipment examples to illustrate the concepts. The rationale for the selection of many metals is discussed as are the appropriate methods of corrosion protection of those metals. This talk presents a metallurgists view of hardware corrosion.

Analog CMOS Design - Present and Future

  • Minear R.

Much CMOS technology development has been driven by the need to make dense, low-power digital circuits. However, many types of functions are now best realized by combining analog and digital circuitry on the same IC.

Introduction of Digital Narrow-Band Channel Technology Into The Existing Cellular Spectrum in the United States (NOT KNOWN IF PUBLISHED BECAUSE AUTHOR HAS LEFT AT&T)

  • Halpern S.

With the initial allocation of 40 MHz to cellular within the United States, a total of 312 duplex voice channels utilizing analog FM radio technology with 30kHz channel spacing were made available to each cellular carrier in each market.

Direct Energy Weapons

  • Patel C.

In this talk I will discuss the principal findings of the American Physical Society's Study of Science and Technology of Directed Energy Weapons.

Performance of the Direct Binary n-Cube Network for Multiprocessors

  • Abraham S.
  • Padmanabhan K.

A mathematical model for predicting the performance of the direct binary n-cube interconnection scheme is presented. These predictions are checked against simulations of a comparable system. The results for the network are compared to existing results for indirect interconnection schemes like the crossbar and indirect binary n-cube networks. It is ...

The 1987 National Electrical Code Requirements for Cable

  • Kaufman S.

The National Electrical Code is the most widely adopted set of electrical safety requirements in the world. Included in these requirements are flammability requirements for cables. The two most important flammability hazards addressed by the Code 1 are initation of a fire by electrical circuits and the carrying of fire ...

The 1987 National Electrical Code Requirements for Cable

  • Kaufman S.

The National Electrical Code is the most widely adopted set of electrical safety requirements in the world. Included in these requirements are flammability requirements for cables. The two most important flammability hazards addressed by the Code 1 are initation of a fire by electrical circuits and the carrying of fire ...