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A 1.25 gigabit per second binary-phase-shift-keyed optical homodyne receiver
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1995)
A stylus-based user interface for text : entry and editing
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1991)
A computer system with a user interface based on a stylus offers many potential benefits. A stylus is portable, usable with one hand, and works with a wide variety of systems, from notebook-sized computers to computers ...
The development of a nonvolatile ferroelectric memory with nondestructive readout
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994)
For the past three years, a project group at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has been developing a nonvolatile memory that uses novel ferroelectric technology. The advancements made could prove to give ferroelectrics ...