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William C Crager, Sudhindra R Umarji, Robert H Griffin, Gerard J Louit: Packet-switched data communications system. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, John T O Halloran, Jeffrey P Morris, November 15, 1977: US04058672 (196 worldwide citation)

A packet-switched digital data communication system operable in a store-and-forward mode is provided for enabling substantially simultaneous full-duplex communication between a plurality of telecommunications terminals, facsimile transceivers or other data input sources over a communications network ...


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Sharanjit S Aujla: Coaxial cable assembly. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, A Donald Stolzy, May 29, 1979: US04156554 (184 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable and an electrical connector therefor including a back-nut threaded to a body to receive a female fitting. The body has a stop for the back-nut. The back-nut has an internal shoulder. The body has an internal frusto-conical surface. A conductive ferrule is also provided. A cylindrical ...


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Ernest G Parker: Multiple shipboard antenna configuration. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, John T O Halloran, Peter C Van Der Sluys, May 11, 1982: US04329690 (162 worldwide citation)

A multiple antenna system for a ship mast top with the individual antenna sections being in stacked relationship. The uppermost antenna is a Global Positioning System antenna. The intermediary antenna is a Tactical Air Navigation antenna. The lowermost antenna is a Joint Tactical Information Distrib ...


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Charles R Ward, Robert A Reilly: Processor for multiple, continuous, spread spectrum signals. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, John T O Halloran, Alfred C Hill, August 14, 1979: US04164628 (153 worldwide citation)

This relates to a signal processor which accepts the linear sum of several continuous (CW) direct sequence, spread spectrum signals, and outputs a sequence of narrow pulses, each of which contains all the available energy of one of the input signals. The CW signals are applied to the input of a tapp ...


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Richard J Schulman, Mark J Schneider: Speech processor system for pitch period extraction using prediction filters. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, John T O Halloran, Alfred C Hill, September 7, 1976: US03979557 (153 worldwide citation)

A computational algorithm and an implementation thereof is described herein for determining the pitch period of voiced speech in real time. All processing is performed in the time domain employing the prediction residual or error signal of a 10th-order Itakura cascade adaptive linear predictor or fi ...


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John W Anhalt: Zero insertion force connector. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, Thomas L Peterson, July 3, 1979: US04159861 (145 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector in which two rows of resilient contacts are mounted in a connector housing on opposite sides of a slot which is adapted to receive a printed circuit board or similar electrical component therein. The end portion of the spring contacting section of each contact is reversely be ...


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Blanchenot John Philip: Coaxial cable connector. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, July 3, 1973: US3744011 (141 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector for securing the inner and outer conductors of the cable to the connector. A radially deformable inner conductor seizing member is formed on an insulating member which can be locked to the inner conductor of the cable by application of an axial force to the seizing member. ...


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Arnold Bruce K, Keith John T: Electrical connector shield. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, Peterson Thomas L, September 10, 1974: US3835443 (135 worldwide citation)

A radio frequency and electromagnetic interference shield for an electrical connector comprising a helically coiled conductive spring which is interposed between facing surfaces on the mating halves of the connector. The spring is coiled in such a manner that the convolutions thereof are slanted at ...


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Brancaleone Salvatore T: Electrical connector shield. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, July 18, 1972: US3678445 (134 worldwide citation)

A shielding arrangement for eliminating electromagnetic interference in an electrical connector. A first shell member contains a bore portion on its outer surface and an annular groove adjacent to the bore portion. A conductive shielding member having a section contiguous to the bore portion and a f ...


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Albin F Turbak, Fred W Snyder, Karen R Sandberg: Microfibrillated cellulose. International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, James B Raden, Harold J Holt, February 22, 1983: US04374702 (132 worldwide citation)

Microfibrillated celluloses having properties distinguishable from all previously known celluloses, are produced by passing a liquid suspension of cellulose through a small diameter orifice in which the suspension is subjected to a pressure drop of at least 3000 psig and a high velocity shearing act ...