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Jose Marcos Laraia, Masahisa Niwa, Robert P Moehrke, Jose G Taveira: Reactive sensor modules using Pade Approximant based compensation and providing module-sourced excitation. AMI Semiconductor, Matsushita Electric Works, MacPherson Kwok Chen & Heid, Gideon Gimlan, February 28, 2006: US07006938 (29 worldwide citation)

Reactive sensors typically exhibit nonlinear response to temperature variation. Systems and methods are disclosed for compensating for the nonlinear and/or temperature dependent behavior of reactive sensors and for calibrating the post-compensation output signals relative to known samples of the phy ...


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Hiroyoshi Yuasa, Tadashi Satake, Mario Jose Cardona, Hisataka Fujii, Akira Yasuda, Koji Yamashita, Satoru Suzaki, Hideki Ikezawa, Masami Ohno, Akira Matsuzaki, Junichi Suzuki, Junko Nakano: Virtual LAN system. Matsushita Electric Works, Greenblum & Bernstein, July 4, 2000: US06085238 (478 worldwide citation)

A virtual LAN system forms a virtual group which is based on elements having physical attribute or logical attribute and constituting a virtual LAN, sets a client address and priority of the virtual group in a virtual group registration table, and allocates unicast and broadcast traffic bands in gro ...


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Edward M Filangeri: Physiological monitoring. Matsushita Electric Works, Fish & Richardson P C, July 25, 2000: US06093146 (467 worldwide citation)

A physiological monitoring system includes a base station, the base station having a first wireless transceiver, and a patient monitor, the patient monitor comprising a data input, the data input configured to receive data regarding a physiological condition of a patient, the patient monitor further ...


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Shosuke Akisada, Hiromitu Inoue, Hideaki Abe, Kozo Kawai, Motoharu Muto, Masayuki Hayashi, Shinji Nishimura, Itaru Saida: Ultrasonic wave applying apparatus. Matsushita Electric Works, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC, February 6, 2001: US06183426 (177 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic wave applying apparatus which is safe and convenient for use. The apparatus includes an hand-held applicator having a vibration element which is, in use, contact with a skin of a user to apply ultrasonic waves to the skin, a power source providing a DC voltage, an oscillator circuit wh ...


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Shinichi Tomiuchi, Yosuke Noda, Kenji Osaka, Shigeki Takeda, Tomohide Yoshida, Shinji Urano, Takayoshi Akai, Norihisa Tanimoto: Mounting system for installing an array of solar battery modules of a panel-like configuration on a roof. Matsushita Electric Works, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn, August 22, 2000: US06105317 (172 worldwide citation)

A mounting system that is capable of effectively draining the rainwater off the roof, while enabling easy installation of the solar battery modules. The mounting system is adapted to install on the roof an array of the solar battery modules each of a panel-like configuration with a rectangular frame ...


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Katunobu Hamamoto, Shigeo Gotoh: Luminaire of variable color temperature for obtaining a blend color light of a desired color temperature from different emission-color light sources. Matsushita Electric Works, Kenyon & Kenyon, September 27, 1994: US05350977 (164 worldwide citation)

A luminaire of variable color temperature is arranged for emitting blended color light from luminaire section, with color temperature control signals so transmitted from control section to luminaire-lighting section as to substantially equalize respective differences in reciprocal color temperatures ...


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Katsumasa Nakai: Tricolor fluorescent lamp. Matsushita Electric Works, Koda and Androlia, November 25, 1986: US04625152 (156 worldwide citation)

A tricolor fluorescent lamp operating on a DC power source is disclosed herein. The lamp comprises an outer envelop defining therein a sealed space in which an ionizable medium is filled at low pressure. Disposed within said outer envelop are three tubular envelops of a generally inverted U-shaped c ...


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Akira Yasuda, Hiroyoshi Yuasa, Satoshi Furukawa, Nobuo Matsuo, Hisataka Fujii, Masami Hisada, Yoshihiko Tokunaga, Tadashi Satake, Hiroshi Hamada, Yoshitaka Morikawa, Nobumoto Yamane: Picture encoding system. Matsushita Electric Works, Leydig Voit & Mayer, October 1, 1991: US05054103 (154 worldwide citation)

A picture encoding system which performs a prediction of picture element values within a block having a plurality of picture elements into which an original picture is divided, a discrete sine transform with respect to prediction error signals for obtaining a transform coefficient, a quantization of ...


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Hideo Hayashi, Yasushi Nishioka: Coaxial cable connector. Matsushita Electric Works, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, May 31, 1988: US04747786 (150 worldwide citation)

A coaxial cable connector a body of which has, on one surface, a receptacle including first and second terminal members for electric connection thereto of an end plug of a coaxial cable and, on other surfaces, means for mounting the connector, in common, to a generally used mounting frame for house ...


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Hideaki Abe, Hiroyasu Kitamura, Mikihiro Yamashita: Power supply system. Matsushita Electric Works, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, April 7, 2009: US07514818 (128 worldwide citation)

A power supply system is capable of feeding electric power from a power adapter to a plurality of load devices. The power adapter includes a primary core; and a primary coil wound around the primary core for serving as a output port of the power adapter to output an alternating current. The load dev ...



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