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Thomas C Donald, Henry W Donald: Software protection system. C A Phillips, September 11, 1984: US04471163 (278 worldwide citation)

A protection system for controlling the operation of a digital computer as to a particular program wherein a program "lock" interfaces with the computer and authorizes the operation in response only to a selected relation between a number in the program, a number in the lock, and a third number, a " ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Spread spectrum radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, C A Phillips, February 3, 1987: US04641317 (187 worldwide citation)

A communications system wherein an intelligence signal modulates the spacing of relatively narrow pulses of a fixed rate pulse train, and these pulses key on a transmitter which employs a pair of series connected avalanche mode operated transistors. These are repetitively powered via a charged coaxi ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Time domain radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, C A Phillips, March 14, 1989: US04813057 (155 worldwide citation)

A time domain communications system wherein time modulated, impulse derived signals are multiplied by a template signal, integrated, and then demodulated. By this process, usable signals are obtained which would be otherwise obscured by noise.


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Larry W Fullerton: Time domain radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, C A Phillips, November 8, 1994: US05363108 (144 worldwide citation)

A time domain communications system wherein a broadband of time-spaced signals, essentially monocycle-like signals, are derived from applying stepped-in-amplitude signals to a broadband antenna, in this case, a reverse bicone antenna. When received, the thus transmitted signals are multiplied by a D ...


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Larry W Fullerton: Time domain radio transmission system. Charles A Phillips, C A Phillips, May 10, 1988: US04743906 (134 worldwide citation)

A communications system wherein there is employed a signal mixer in which a received signal is multiplied by a template signal, and then the output of the mixer is integrated. By this process, usable signals are obtained which would be otherwise obscured by noise.


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Wolfgang Trautwein: Stabilized three-wheeled vehicle. C A Phillips, May 9, 1978: US04088199 (102 worldwide citation)

A three-wheeled motorcycle in which two front wheels are interconnected with a conventional motorcycle frame by a parallelogram configured coupling assembly utilizing a pair of cross members pivotally connecting hubs of the front wheels and pivotally connected to the frame. Foot resting platforms ar ...


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Richard A Young: Indirect lighting fixture. C A Phillips, July 28, 1992: US05134550 (99 worldwide citation)

An area lighting fixture is constructed having a tubular pole member having a reflective interior surface and a light source mounted inside the pole and at a lower end thereof. A reflective, concave member is positioned below the light source and generally collimates light from the light source upwa ...


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Cecil T Hicks: Diaphragm pump. C A Phillips, October 18, 1988: US04778356 (95 worldwide citation)

A double action diaphragm type pump wherein oppositely positioned diaphragm pumping units are reciprocally operated by a hydraulic cylinder assembly positioned between the pumping units. Separate piston rods extend oppositely from a piston in a hydraulic cylinder, each rod operating a diaphragm in o ...


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Victor G Ristvedt, Mark E Ristvedt: Coin sorter. C A Phillips, July 21, 1987: US04681128 (92 worldwide citation)

A coin sorter in which a sorting head is positioned over a rotating pliable disc and wherein coins are sorted by the combination of an outwardly extending tapered edge and a series of pins generally positioned in an outwardly extending line spaced from the tapered edge. The spacing between the line ...


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Edgar B Isom: Means for curing and molding solid rubber tires. H & H Rubber Company, C A Phillips, October 19, 1976: US03986802 (89 worldwide citation)

A method and means of curing a solid rubber vehicle tire in which a mass of uncured rubber is attached to the outside of a rim, the rim placed in a mold, and heat applied to the rim causing heat to permeate outward through the rubber, producing a gradient of hardness wherein maximum hardness occurs ...