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Wayne V Sorin, Brian L Heffner: Polarization independent optical coherence-domain reflectometry. Hewlett Packard Company, April 13, 1993: US05202745 (249 worldwide citation)

An optical coherence-domain reflectometry system provides an interferometer driven by a broadband incoherent light source with the device under test connected to one arm of the interferometer and a movable scanning mirror in the other arm providing a reference signal. The mirror moves at a controlle ...


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Herbert Secker: Sensor, apparatus and method for non-invasive measurement of oxygen saturation. Hewlett Packard Company, Perman & Green, February 23, 1993: US05188108 (247 worldwide citation)

A sensor for non-invasive measurement of oxygen saturation using the reflection method comprises a red transmitter (55), an infrared transmitter (58) and a receiver (57). The distances between the transmitters and the receiver are selected such that the length of the light path (60, 61) between the ...


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Michael L Bullock, Winthrop D Childers, B Mark Hirst, Ronald D Stephens Jr, Antoni Gil Miquel: Replaceable part with integral memory for usage, calibration and other data. Hewlett Packard Company, Kevin B Sullivan, November 10, 1998: US05835817 (246 worldwide citation)

A printer/copier apparatus is adapted to receive a replacement ink cartridge that is employed during the printing/copying operation. The apparatus includes a receptacle with a first connector that is coupled to a processor which controls operation of the apparatus. The cartridge includes a second co ...


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Tad D Simons: Dual-finger vital signs monitor. Hewlett Packard Company, Jack H Wu, October 6, 1992: US05152296 (245 worldwide citation)

A Dual-Finger Vital Signs Monitor is disclosed. The present invention overcomes problems suffered by previous patient monitors by providing a simultaneous and continuous measurement of three primary vital signs: ECG and heart rate, blood pressure, and blood oxygen saturation. The invention employs a ...


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Siegfried Kaestle: Oximeter and medical sensor therefor. Hewlett Packard Company, Richard Schuette, October 22, 1991: US05058588 (243 worldwide citation)

A medical sensor for measuring oxygen saturation contains encoding means for encoding the type of sensor. An oximeter comprises corresponding decoding means. The type of sensor represents the place of application at the human body. The oximeter uses this information to calculate oxygen saturation in ...


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Stephen T Gase, Craig R White: Printer/client network with centrally updated printer drivers and printer status monitoring. Hewlett Packard Company, December 3, 1996: US05580177 (241 worldwide citation)

A network includes plural client processors, a file server and plural printers. Each client processor has memory that stores a printer driver procedure which enables the client processor to interface with at least one printer type. The file server includes memory for storing a most updated printer d ...


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James D Hunter, William H Watkins: Method for licensing software. Hewlett Packard Company, December 20, 1994: US05375206 (241 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a system that provides a common application software interface for a variety of vendor supplied license servers. The system provides a single set of program calls and translates this single set of calls into a set of calls for each license server. This translation is performed using a t ...


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James J Wolff: Distributed I/O store. Hewlett Packard Company, March 28, 2000: US06044367 (240 worldwide citation)

The current invention provides a method for improving throughput to or from a resource by allowing multiple servers to concurrently access the resource without affecting the integrity of the resource. Generally, by allowing one server to handle the administrative management of a resource, while allo ...


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Rajiv Gupta, Prasad Raje: Microprocessor having software controllable power consumption. Hewlett Packard Company, November 30, 1999: US05996083 (239 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor is provided which includes a power control register for controlling the rate of execution and therefore the power consumption of individual functional units. The power control register includes a plurality of fields corresponding to the functional units for storing values that contr ...


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Ken L Burgess, John S Marvin: Method of encoding an E-mail address in a fax message and routing the fax message to a destination on a network. Hewlett Packard Company, Edward L Miller, May 19, 1992: US05115326 (239 worldwide citation)

A fax message transmitted by a facsimile transmitter includes bar coded headers in its first page. At least one of these headers contains the name of an addressee that is also a user on a network. A fax server receiving the incoming fax message inspects the first page of the incoming facsimile to lo ...