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Bradley E Sundahl

age ~64

from Austin, TX

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  • Bradley Sundahl
  • Brad Sundahl
  • Bardley Sundahl
  • Bradley Edman Sundahl
12504 Barker Hollow Cv, Austin, TX 78739

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  • 12504 Barker Hollow Cv, Austin, TX 78739
  • San Jose, CA

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Bradley Sundahl

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Location:
Austin, Texas Area
Industry:
Semiconductors

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  • Bradley Sundahl

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  • Address:
    12504 Barker Holw Cv, Austin, TX 78739
  • VIN:
    1FMYU03177KA51842
  • Make:
    FORD
  • Model:
    ESCAPE
  • Year:
    2007

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  • Field Upgradable Firmware For Electronic Devices

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  • US Patent:
    20110179195, Jul 21, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jan 20, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/690617
  • Inventors:
    Sean Michael O'Mullan - Austin TX,
    Bradley E. Sundahl - Austin TX,
    Gregory Charles Yancey - Austin TX,
    Allan Parker - Austin TX,
    Arthur Benjamin Oliver - Austin TX,
    John Anthony Darilek - Bastrop TX,
  • Assignee:
    Spansion LLC - Sunnyvale CA
  • International Classification:
    G06F 3/00
    G06F 9/44
  • US Classification:
    710 16, 717168, 711154, 711E12001
  • Abstract:
    An electronic device includes an input/output (I/O) interface and a plurality of memory elements comprising a non-volatile memory portion for storing a default firmware and a working memory portion having a firmware area. The device also includes a controller coupled to the I/O interface and the memory elements, where the controller is configured for operating the memory elements, according to the firmware area, and for monitoring the I/O interface. In the device, the controller is also configured for loading the default firmware into the firmware area when the controller is enabled and for granting access to the firmware area for loading an alternate firmware if a bypass code is detected at the I/O interface.
  • Field Programmable Redundant Memory For Electronic Devices

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  • US Patent:
    20110179319, Jul 21, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jan 20, 2010
  • Appl. No.:
    12/690590
  • Inventors:
    Allan Parker - Austin TX,
    Gregory Charles Yancey - Austin TX,
    Bradley E. Sundahl - Austin TX,
    Sean Michael O'Mullan - Austin TX,
    Arthur Benjamin Oliver - Austin TX,
    John Anthony Darilek - Bastrop TX,
  • Assignee:
    Spansion LLC - Sunnyvale CA
  • International Classification:
    G06F 11/07
  • US Classification:
    714710, 714E11023
  • Abstract:
    An electronic device is provided including an input/output (I/O) interface, a plurality of memory elements, a controller coupled to the I/O interface and the plurality of memory elements. In the device, the controller configured for operating the plurality of memory elements during a normal operating mode of the electronic device, where responsive to receiving a command for replacing a selected memory sector in the electronic device during the normal operating mode, the controller is configured for identifying one or more available spare memory sectors in the electronic device and modifying at least one memory map in the electronic device to replace the selected memory sector with the one of the available spare memory sectors.
  • Method, Apparatus, And Manufacture For Staggered Start For Memory Module

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  • US Patent:
    20120320680, Dec 20, 2012
  • Filed:
    Jun 16, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/162520
  • Inventors:
    Bradley Edman SUNDAHL - Austin TX,
    Sean Michael O'Mullan - Austin TX,
    Gregory Charles Yancey - Austin TX,
    Kenneth Alan Okin - Saratoga CA,
  • Assignee:
    Spansion LLC - Sunnyvale CA
  • International Classification:
    G11C 16/30
  • US Classification:
    36518518
  • Abstract:
    A method, apparatus, and manufacture for memory device startup is provided. Flash memory devices are configured such that, upon the power supply voltage reaching a pre-determined level, each flash memory is arranged to load the random access memory with instructions for the flash memory, and then execute a first portion of the instructions for the flash memory. After executing the first portion of the instructions for the flash memory, each separate subset of the flash memories waits for a separate, distinct delay period. For each flash memory, after the delay period expires for that flash memory, the flash memory executes a second portion of the instructions for the flash memory.

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