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Method and apparatus on generating a stroke on display (Patent)

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== Abstract  ==
 
== Abstract  ==
  
A method and apparatus for generating a stroke on a display comprising a pair of pulse train generators coupled to a pair of charge pump and integrator assemblies by means of a switch assembly. In operation, a first pulse train corresponding to the larger of the X and Y components of the stroke and a second pulse train corresponding to the ratio of the X and Y components of the stroke control the magnitude of the output of the charge pump and integrator assemblies.  
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<p>A method and apparatus for generating a stroke on a display comprising a pair of pulse train [[Generators|generators]] coupled to a pair of charge pump and integrator assemblies by means of a switch assembly. In operation, a first pulse train corresponding to the larger of the X and Y components of the stroke and a second pulse train corresponding to the ratio of the X and Y components of the stroke control the magnitude of the output of the charge pump and integrator assemblies. </p>
  
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<p>[[Media:Method_and_apparatus_for_generating_a_st.pdf|Method and apparatus on generating a stroke on display]] (pdf)</p>
  
 
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Revision as of 20:14, 9 February 2012

Abstract

A method and apparatus for generating a stroke on a display comprising a pair of pulse train generators coupled to a pair of charge pump and integrator assemblies by means of a switch assembly. In operation, a first pulse train corresponding to the larger of the X and Y components of the stroke and a second pulse train corresponding to the ratio of the X and Y components of the stroke control the magnitude of the output of the charge pump and integrator assemblies.

Patent

Method and apparatus on generating a stroke on display (pdf)