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Jerry K Radcliffe

from Raleigh, NC
Age ~79

Jerry Radcliffe Phones & Addresses

  • 1521 Bridgeport Dr, Raleigh, NC 27615
  • Owego, NY
  • Indianapolis, IN

Work

Company: Hatteras networks, inc. Address: 523 Davis Dr Ste 500, Durham, NC 27713 Position: Engineer Industries: Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus

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Resumes

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Semi-Retired

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Position:
None at Retired, None at Semi Retired (Self-employed)
Location:
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
Industry:
Telecommunications
Work:
Retired since Jan 2013
None

Semi Retired since Jan 2013
None

Hatteras Networks 2001 - 2011
Principal Optical Engineer
Education:
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 1959 - 1964
BSEE, Electrical Engineering
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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Jerry Radcliffe
Engineer
Hatteras Networks, Inc.
Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus
523 Davis Dr Ste 500, Durham, NC 27713
Jerry Radcliffe
Engineer
Hatteras Networks, Inc.
Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus
523 Davis Dr Ste 500, Durham, NC 27713
Jerry Radcliffe
Principal
Optical Communications Technology
Ret Optical Goods
1521 Bridgeport Dr, Raleigh, NC 27615
(919) 870-9957

Publications

Us Patents

System For Deriving Desired Output Frequency By Successively Dividing Clock Signal Frequency By Ratios Obtained By Dividing Clock Signal Frequency By Common Divisor And Specific Integer

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US Patent:
7032121, Apr 18, 2006
Filed:
Jan 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/339280
Inventors:
Jerry Kyle Radcliffe - Raleigh NC,
Assignee:
Hatteras Networks - Durham NC
International Classification:
G06G 6/04
G06G 7/60
US Classification:
713501, 708174, 708490
Abstract:
A signal is generated by providing a clock signal having a frequency (f). The clock frequency fis arithmetically divided by an output frequency (f) associated with the signal to obtain a ratio R and a remainder given by x/y. The signal is derived from the clock signal by successively dividing the frequency (f) of the clock signal by one of R and R+1, such that a fraction of times that the frequency (f) of the clock signal is divided by R is given by 1-x/y and a fraction of times that the frequency (f) of the clock signal is divided by R+1 is given by x/y. In particular, the signal is derived by driving a counter using the clock signal to a count value of one of R and R+1, such that a fraction of times that the counter is driven to a count value of R is given by 1-x/y and a fraction of times that the counter is driven to a count value of R+1 is given by x/y.

Preliminary Polling For Identification And Location Of Removable/Replaceable Computer Components Prior To Power-Up

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US Patent:
5121500, Jun 9, 1992
Filed:
May 13, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/701308
Inventors:
David L. Arlington - Eggertsville NY
Jacqueline K. Morris - Binghamton NY
Hehching H. Li - Endicott NY
Jerry K. Radcliffe - Owego NY
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corporation - Armonk NY
International Classification:
G06F 126
G06F 1300
US Classification:
395750
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for polling a plurality of components in a data processing system includes a sensor for determining when a request for power up has been made, a series of parallel circuits extending between a power sequence monitor/power control device and individual computer system components, a configuration bus connected between the system components and the power sequence monitor/power control device and comparison circuitry connected to the configuration bus for comparing a signal sent from the power sequence monitor/power control device, through the configuration bus and system components, and returned to the power sequence monitor/power control device, with a predetermined code for identifying and locating the system components.

Power Supplies With Magnetic Amplifier Voltage Regulation

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US Patent:
4642743, Feb 10, 1987
Filed:
Aug 5, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/762648
Inventors:
Jerry K. Radcliffe - Owego NY
Assignee:
International Business Machines Corp. - Armonk NY
International Classification:
H02M 3335
US Classification:
363 21
Abstract:
A power supply including a saturable reactor voltage regulator using a core formed of relatively inexpensive magnetically soft material with a B-H loop which is poor in squareness. The reset point of the saturable reactor core is established by a clamping circuit, including a transistor switch and diode in series, which effectively clamps a short circuit across the reactor winding when the core reaches a desired reset point on its B-H loop. The proper time of actuation of the clamping circuit is selected by a control circuit which includes a comparator for generating a control signal for actuating the switch whenever an error voltage derived from the output voltage exceeds the voltage level of a triangular wave developed by integrating a replica of the input pulsations to the magnetic amplifier structure. The saturable reactor is driven to saturation at a time during positive pulsations related to the position of the reset point. In one embodiment, the clamping circuit is connected directly across the reactor winding, while in a second embodiment, the clamping circuit is connected across a secondary reactor winding.
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