Intel had 83 patents in future of work during Q1 2024. Intel Corp’s patents filed in Q1 2024 include an improved circuit for crosstalk cancellation, a method for requesting temporary supply voltage boost to prevent frequency overshoot, an apparatus for voltage regulation with multiple supply nodes, a voltage converter with a soft switching driver, and systems for processing reports from vehicles to identify related hazards and generate consolidated reports and maps. GlobalData’s report on Intel gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

Intel grant share with future of work as a theme is 54% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Temperature and voltage insensitive crosstalk cancellation (Patent ID: US20240086352A1)

The patent filed by Intel Corp describes an improved circuit for crosstalk cancellation in receivers, aiming to reduce design complexity and improve performance. The circuit includes a high-pass filter matched to the victim path, eliminating the need for a unity gain buffer and in-line high-pass filter. This solution offers reduced power consumption, lower sensitivity to temperature and voltage variations, and enhanced crosstalk cancellation effectiveness, leading to improvements in channel eye height, EHI temperature and voltage sensitivity, design complexity, and silicon circuit area.

The patent further details a system comprising differential pair amplifier circuits with transistors generating cancellation pulses to eliminate crosstalk in amplified signals. The system includes a high-pass filter with a tunable capacitor to adjust cutoff frequencies, as well as tunable transistors for gain adjustment. Additionally, a second differential pair amplifier circuit is employed to reduce low-frequency gain. The method outlined involves receiving signals, generating cancellation pulses, and applying high-pass filtering, with adjustments based on trim inputs. Overall, the system aims to enhance crosstalk cancellation by generating differential cancellation signals based on amplified signals, crosstalk signals, and voltage reference signals, ultimately improving signal quality and reducing interference.

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