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Dresbach James Bernard: Noncompetitive pacemaker with programmable unijunction transistors. Chung Edmund M, Brenner Leonard C, Quiogue Manuel, August 12, 1975: US3898995 (15 worldwide citation)

A noncompetitive pacemaker connects to an organ which is to be electrically stimulated. A pair of programmable unijunction transistors are employed to detect the presence and absence of natural heartbeats so that the output of the pacemaker is modified each time a natural heartbeat is detected.


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Cicchiello Frank N: Push-button-operated motor speed control circuit. Burroughs Corporation, Brenner Leonard C, Padgett Jr C Paul, Penn William B, June 3, 1975: US3887856 (13 worldwide citation)

A push-button-operated motor speed control circuit for use in a bidirectional speed control system for a film drive motor. The push buttons control the operation of switches for variably charging or discharging a storage capacitor which supplies a biasing potential to the gate of a field-effect tran ...


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Carbine Joseph C, Wojtowicz Edward A: Rotary device to control operations in an incrementally controlled metering system. Burroughs Corporation, Klein Alan Petlin, Brenner Leonard C, Penn William B, July 8, 1975: US3893594 (4 worldwide citation)

A metering device having utility for automatically dispensing a selectable number of equal portions from a web in a vending apparatus such as a stamp machine utilizing a support wheel having a plurality of equally spaced bistable members near its perimeter, the bistable members having hubs or recipr ...


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Hazzard Michael J: Magnetic recording verification. Burroughs Corporation, Brenner Leonard C, Feeney Jr Edward J, Fiorito Edward G, February 4, 1975: US3864736 (4 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for bit by bit verification of digital data, serially recorded onto a magnetic medium wherein data verification occurs immediately upon recording. Data, traveling serially to a recording head, may be sampled in parallel-bit characters which in turn can be stored while that data ...


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Wojtowicz Edward A: Bidirectional spring clutch having means to inhibit automatic shifting. Burroughs Corporation, Brenner Leonard C, Hall Charles S, Penn William B, April 15, 1975: US3877554 (3 worldwide citation)

A linear to linear motion apparatus utilizing an output member slidably mounted on a shaft with an input member of circular cross section journalled therein, an elongated rack running through the output member parallel to the shaft and geared to the input member, and a bidirectional spring clutch co ...