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Peter Alsberg: Protector system for computer access and use. Gould, Edward E Sachs, G Paul Edgell, Robert J Fox, June 9, 1987: US04672572 (262 worldwide citation)

A protector device as described for enhancing the security of a computer system which includes one or more user terminals in one or more host computers. The protector device includes a detection means for monitoring communications between the terminals and the host computers in which the detection m ...


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Richard E Morley: Digital computer with multi-processor capability utilizing intelligent composite memory and input/output modules and method for performing the same. Gould Modicon Division, Mattern Ware Davis & Stoltz, June 30, 1981: US04276594 (208 worldwide citation)

A digital computer with the capability of incorporating multiple central processing units (CPU's), utilizes an address and data bus between each central processing unit and from one to fifteen intelligent composite memory and input/output modules (MIO). Data is transferred to and from each MIO and t ...


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John A Centa, Laszlo Halasz: Method of making a flexible printed circuit sensor assembly for detecting optical pulses. Gould, Michael A Centanni, Cornelius F O Brien, November 23, 1993: US05263244 (191 worldwide citation)

A flexible sensor assembly for detecting optical pulses in which said sensor assembly comprises a flexible printed circuit having mounted thereon at least one light emitting diode and at least one photoelectric detector connected to different circuit patterns with an insulative tape secured over the ...


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John A Centa, Laszlo Halasz: Flexible printed circuit sensor assembly for detecting optical pulses. Gould Electronics, Michael A Centanni, February 21, 1995: US05390670 (190 worldwide citation)

A flexible sensor assembly for detecting optical pulses in which said sensor assembly comprises a flexible printed circuit having mounted thereon at least one light emitting diode and at least one photoelectric detector connected to different circuit patterns with an insulative tape secured over the ...


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Richard E Morley: Digital input/output system and method. Gould Modicon Div, Mattern Ware Davis & Stoltz, July 24, 1979: US04162536 (175 worldwide citation)

A parallel process controller capable of expandable, parallel operating multi-function control of processes. The process controller comprises programmable command memory modules, data memory modules, an input/output system, a programming panel, and a high speed data bus (N-bus).


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Stephen C Thompson: Gould, December 30, 1986: US04633119 (157 worldwide citation)

A broadband longitudinal vibrator transducer having a laminar head mass section including at least three layers coupled to electromechanical transducer elements. The head section includes a forward head mass, a compliant member abutting the forward head mass and a rear head mass abutting both the co ...


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Salvatore R Provanzano, Wilbert H Aldrich, Robert A D Angelo, Emil P Drottar, John J Finnegan Jr, James Heom, Lawrence W Hill, Ronald D Malcolm, Michael C Nollet, Baruch S Perlman, Michael B Tressler, John E VanSchalkwyk, Kincade N Webb: Programmable controller. Gould, Mattern Ware Stoltz & Fressola, December 22, 1981: US04307447 (147 worldwide citation)

An improved programmable controller having the ability to use two different data bases while presenting to the outside world a uniform word size. The programmable controller includes pipeline processing and hardware solution of a user control program in a network node format. A memory management sch ...


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Clinton C Christianson, Robert F Bourke: Battery state of charge gauge. Gould, Wolfe Hubbard Leydig Voit & Osann, March 23, 1976: US03946299 (143 worldwide citation)

A circuit for detecting and indicating the actual state of charge of a storage battery in response to signals sampled from various points in the circuit powered by the battery. Such circuit is adapted to calculate the open circuit voltage of the battery, it being realized that the open circuit volta ...


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Charles C Freeny Jr: Method for monitoring the location of monitored objects. Gould, Charles A Codding, Charles E Snee III, Russell E Baumann, June 24, 1980: US04209787 (133 worldwide citation)

A method for monitoring the location of monitored objects within a monitored area wherein signpost units are positioned at the intersections of first and second coordinate grid lines and each signpost unit transmits a signpost code comprising a first portion corresponding to the first coordinate gri ...


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Jay M Prager, Roman Y Gonzales: Readily expandable input/output construction for programmable controller. Gould, Mattern Ware Stoltz & Fressola, December 17, 1985: US04558914 (112 worldwide citation)

By providing an input/output module which incorporates post means formed thereon and slider means connected thereto and movable into and out of locking engagement with the post means of an adjacent module, a unique input/output module is achieved that is rapidly mounted to an adjacent module as well ...