The ingredients that are necessary for granting a US patent are the intersection of new, useful, and non-obvious elements of enablement. As an inventor, you must describe why this application is not anticipated by the prior art. The analysis of prior art when viewed as a unique element or in combination therein cannot read against the claims that arise as a result of the proposed invention. This talk will analyze USPA 5.798.553 Trench Isolated FET Devices, and the Method for their manufacture. Presented by UA South Continuing Education and IEEE Fort Huachuca Section, the meeting will be in Groth Hall Public Meeting Room.
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