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David Horsley: Method of fabricating suspended microstructures. Hewlett Packard Company, Trueman H Denny III, October 15, 2002: US06465355 (234 worldwide citation)

A method of fabricating a non-perforate suspended platform on a bonded-substrate is disclosed. The method includes forming a dielectric layer on a support surface of a base substrate followed by patterning an interface surface of the dielectric layer to define a well feature. The well feature is etc ...


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Roy T Buck, Frank L Cloutier, R Ernst Erni, Robert N Low, F Duncan Terry: Disposable ink jet head. Hewlett Packard Company, Jeffery B Fromm, February 19, 1985: US04500895 (233 worldwide citation)

A thermal ink jet head is disclosed in which the jetting resistors, fluid interconnections, ink reservoir, electrical connections, and jetting orifices are fully integrated to provide an inexpensive, disposable jetting head. The entire hydraulic ink system is sealed to eliminate user interaction wit ...


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Dale C Morris: Embedded hidden identification codes in digital objects. Hewlett Packard Company, Howard R Boyle, June 25, 1996: US05530751 (230 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for encoding identification information into a stream of digital data representing an object. The digital data representing an object is modified to add embedded identification information into the data. This modification is done such that the resultant changes to the object a ...


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Michael K Dempsey, Mark S Kotfila: Patient monitoring system. Hewlett Packard Company, May 23, 1995: US05417222 (229 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for performing patient monitoring which interfaces a telemetry monitor with a standard portable computer (such as a laptop computer, palmtop computer or personal digital assistant) with the display and the keyboard or other device of the portable computer being utilized to pro ...


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James D Hunter, William H Watkins: Method for licensing software. Hewlett Packard Company, December 20, 1994: US05375206 (228 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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Dominique Freeman, Paul Lum, David King, Tad Simons, Michael Greenstein: Apparatus and method for minimally invasive blood sampling. Hewlett Packard Company, August 17, 1999: US05938679 (225 worldwide citation)

A blood sampling device for penetrating skin to obtain a blood sample is disclosed. The blood sampling device has a blade structure that can be extended from a housing to pierce the skin and then retracted. The blade structure has at least two blades each including a cutting edge. The blades abut on ...


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Eric J Kuzara, Andrew J Blasciak, Greg S Parets: System for analyzing and debugging embedded software through dynamic and interactive use of code markers. Hewlett Packard Company, September 12, 1995: US05450586 (224 worldwide citation)

A system for inserting code markers for observing indications (external to the microprocessor upon which the software operates) of the occurrence of an event in the execution of the software. Additional instructions or markers are added to the software to be debugged to produce simple, encoded, memo ...


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Srinivas Ramanathan, Deborah L Caswell: Method and system for automatic discovery of network services. Hewlett Packard Company, September 4, 2001: US06286047 (223 worldwide citation)

A method for identifying services, service elements and dependencies among the services and service elements includes executing first and second phases of discovery. In the first phase, the services and service elements are detected, as well as a first set of dependencies. The second phase is based ...


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Paul H McClelland, Kenneth E Trueba: Printhead with pump driven ink circulation. Hewlett Packard Company, Raymond A Jenski, January 25, 2000: US06017117 (222 worldwide citation)

A printhead for an inkjet printer employs an integral pump disposed in an ink feed channel, input well, or output well to circulate ink to the ink expulsion chambers in the printhead.


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Bruce Cowger, Eric Gasvoda: Ink jet cartridge with ink level detection. Hewlett Packard Company, August 4, 1998: US05788388 (221 worldwide citation)

A replaceable ink cartridge for an ink jet printing system having an ink supply station with an ink receptacle and a printer electrical connector. The cartridge has a housing removably matable with the ink supply station. An electrical circuit and a connected cartridge electrical connector reside on ...



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