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Spindt Charles A, Shoulders Kenneth R, Heynick Louis N: Field emission cathode structures and devices utilizing such structures. Stanford Research Institute, August 28, 1973: US3755704 (353 worldwide citation)

Vacuum devices incorporate electron or field forming sources formed by a cellular array of emission sites. The sources comprise a metal/insulator/metal film sandwich on a substrate with a cellular array of holes through the upper metal and insulator, leaving the edges of the upper metal electrode ef ...


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Spindt Charles A, Heynick Louis N: Field ionizer and field emission cathode structures and methods of production. Stanford Research Institute, May 23, 1972: US3665241 (226 worldwide citation)

Field-forming devices primarily useful as field ionizers and field emission cathodes and having as a basic element an array of closely spaced cones with sharp points supported on a substrate (in the most usual case conductive or semiconductive) are disclosed. Preferably, the field-forming structure ...


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David M Murdock: Flexible ultrasound coupling system. Stanford Research Institute, Urban H Faubion, November 22, 1977: US04059098 (173 worldwide citation)

Essentially nonreflective coupling for ultrasonic waves is provided between a fluid medium confined in a rigid container and a biological specimen, such as a human body, through a container closing bellows system which incorporates a thin, flexible closing membrane that contacts and conforms to the ...


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Spindt Charles A, Heynick Louis N: Methods of producing field ionizer and field emission cathode structures. Stanford Research Institute, Faubion Urban H, May 28, 1974: US3812559 (147 worldwide citation)

Field-forming devices primarily useful as field ionizers and field emission cathodes and having as a basic element an array of closely spaced cones with sharp points supported on a substrate (in the most usual case conductive or semiconductive) are disclosed. Preferably, the field-forming structure ...


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Spindt Charles A, Shoulders Kenneth R, Heynick Louis N: Field emission cathode structures, devices utilizing such structures, and methods of producing such structures. Stanford Research Institute, Faubion Urban H, February 5, 1974: US3789471 (131 worldwide citation)

Vacuum devices incorporate electron or field forming sources formed by a cellular array of emission sites. The sources comprise a metal/insulator/metal film sandwich on a substrate with a cellular array of holes through the upper metal and insulator, leaving the edges of the upper metal electrode ef ...


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Hewitt D Crane, Daniel E Wolf, John S Ostrem: Identification by handwriting verification. Stanford Research Institute, Lindenberg Freilich et al, August 2, 1977: US04040010 (91 worldwide citation)

A person, who is to have his identity verified, first writes his signature or any other appropriate group of characters or symbols several times with a special pen which produces signals representative of the writing forces in the plane of the paper and the writing pressure. From these a number of d ...


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Philip S Green: Ultrasonic imaging method and apparatus. Stanford Research Institute, Victor R Beckman, April 12, 1977: US04016750 (81 worldwide citation)

The ultrasonic imaging method and apparatus comprises an ultrasonic wave transducer supplied with recurrent multifrequency energy pulses for pulse insonification of an object under investigation with ultrasonic waves. Resultant echo waves from the object are directed onto the transducer for converti ...


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Vassiliadis Arthur, Zweng Harold C, Peppers Norman A, Alterton Lloyd E: Slit lamp photocoagulator. Stanford Research Institute, Stanford University, November 21, 1972: US3703176 (80 worldwide citation)

A combination slit lamp and laser photocoagulator for treating eye disorders in which the laser is coupled to the slit lamp through an articulated arm. The slit lamp optics are arranged such that the laser beam is always in focus at the focus of the slit lamp and one lens in the laser optics is mova ...


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Pasternak Raphael A, Schimscheimer Jan F: Instrument for determining permeation rates through a membrane. Stanford Research Institute, July 6, 1971: US3590634 (75 worldwide citation)

An instrument for determining permeation rates through a membrane having a permeation cell with upstream and downstream compartments arranged to hold a membrane therebetween, a line for continuously passing a gaseous permeant to the upstream cell compartment and from thence to the atmosphere, a line ...


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Hill John W, Sword Antony J: Force and torque sensing method and means for manipulators and the like. Stanford Research Institute, Beckman Victor R, November 25, 1975: US3921445 (67 worldwide citation)

A manipulator is shown of the type which includes an effector, such as a hand, comprising a pair of jaws relatively pivotally movable between open and closed positions under operation of power means such as an electric motor. Sensing means, for sensing both magnitude and direction of forces along th ...