Matthew M. Gaffney focuses his practice on high-tech areas such as analog and digital electronics, software, computer hardware, telecommunications and other related technologies. In particular, Mr. Gaffney has prosecuted patents regarding amplifiers, LCD displays, small mobile device software, global positioning software, switching regulators, low-dropout voltage regulators, operational amplifiers, data/clock skewing, tri-level decoding, bandgap references, high-availability protocols, multicast security, analog-to-digital converters, phase-locked loops and related technologies. His experience includes both original claims drafting and handling office actions.
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