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Rajendra Patel: Personal telecommunications system. Network Access Corporation, Harold E Meier, May 24, 1994: US05315636 (302 worldwide citation)

The location independent personal telecommunications system of the present invention enables a subscriber to have a single personal telephone directory number. When that personal telephone number is dialed, the system uses the existing public and cellular communication systems and a service node all ...


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Roy W Kuennen, Scott A Mollema, David W Baarman, Ronald C Markham, Dennis J Denen: Inductively coupled ballast circuit. Access Business Group International, Warner Norcross & Judd, November 30, 2004: US06825620 (288 worldwide citation)

A ballast circuit is disclosed for inductively providing power to a load. The ballast circuit includes an oscillator, a driver, a switching circuit, a resonant tank circuit and a current sensing circuit. The current sensing circuit provides a current feedback signal to the oscillator that is represe ...


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Joseph P Tallman, Elizabeth M Snowden, Barry W Wolcott: Medical network management system and process. Informed Access Systems, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, November 28, 1995: US05471382 (272 worldwide citation)

In a medical network management system (NMS) (20), health plan beneficiaries access a team of health care professionals over the telephone to help them assess their health needs and select appropriate care. The NMS (20) has a patient assessment component (22). The patient assessment component consis ...


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W Hampton Pitts, Ronald G Thomas: Monitoring and reporting system for remote terminals. Access Corporation, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, January 9, 1990: US04893248 (267 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for monitoring and accumulating data indicative of viewer authorized pay per view TV programs at each of a plurality of remote terminals, wherein each remote terminal is coupled illustratively by non-dedicated telephone lines to a host computer at a central station. The remote ...


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David W Baarman: Inductively powered lamp assembly. Access Business Group International, Warner Norcross & Judd, May 4, 2004: US06731071 (242 worldwide citation)

A lamp assembly configured to inductively receive power from a primary coil. The lamp assembly includes a lamp circuit including a secondary and a lamp connected in series. In a first aspect, the lamp circuit includes a capacitor connected in series with the lamp and the secondary to tune the circui ...


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Jeffrey Conklin, David Foucher, Daniel Foucher: System and method for providing and updating user supplied context for a negotiations system. Trade Access, Maureen Stretch, January 8, 2002: US06338050 (236 worldwide citation)

A multivariate negotiations engine for international transaction processing which: enables a sponsor to create and administer a community between participants such as buyers and sellers having similar interests; allows a buyer/participant to search and evaluate seller information, propose and negoti ...


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David W Baarman: Portable inductive power station. Access Business Group International, Warner Norcross & Judd, December 9, 2008: US07462951 (232 worldwide citation)

An inductive recharging station has an inductive power supply and a portable power station. The portable power station is movable with respect to the inductive power supply. In order to recharge portable devices, the devices are placed within the portable power station. When the portable power stati ...


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Charles Colbert: Knuckle profile indentity verification system. Personnel Identification & Entry Access Control, Joseph G Nauman, January 14, 1997: US05594806 (228 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for verifying/identifying a person based on contour of the knuckles of at least one hand, e.g. a digitized waveform unique to each individual. At an Enrollment Station a microcomputer is connected to a video camera (with CCD array). A candidate user grasps and turns a grip han ...


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Roy W Kuennen, David W Baarman, Scott A Mollema, Ronald C Markham, Terry L Lautzenheiser: Radio frequency identification system for a fluid treatment system. Access Business Group International, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, January 6, 2004: US06673250 (227 worldwide citation)

A fluid treatment system is disclosed that includes a control unit that controls the overall operation of the fluid treatment system. A ballast circuit is coupled with an electromagnetic radiation emitting assembly. In the preferred fluid treatment system, the ballast circuit is inductively coupled ...


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Roy W Kuennen, David W Baarman, Scott A Mollema, Ronald C Markham, Dennis J Dennen: Inductively coupled ballast circuit. Access Business Group International, Warner Norcross & Judd, June 10, 2008: US07385357 (222 worldwide citation)

A ballast circuit is disclosed for inductively providing power to a load. The ballast circuit includes an oscillator, a driver, a switching circuit, a resonant tank circuit and a current sensing circuit. The current sensing circuit provides a current feedback signal to the oscillator that is represe ...



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