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Kenneth C Crater, Craig E Goldman: Distributed interface architecture for programmable industrial control systems. Control Technology Corporation, Cesari & McKenna, September 8, 1998: US05805442 (463 worldwide citation)

An integrated control system comprises one or more controllers each equipped to perform a control function and to gather data (ordinarily from sensors) relevant to the control function. Each controller contains computer storage means, such as computer memory, for storing the relevant data and instru ...


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Peter S Stutman, J Mark Miller: Medical alert distribution system with selective filtering of medical information. Metriplex, Cesari & McKenna, November 19, 1996: US05576952 (430 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a medical alert distribution system which receives medical information (e.g. blood pressure, blood chemistry test results, etc.) from monitoring units worn by ambulatory patients. The system also receives medical selection and limit parameters from remote system subs ...


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Jonathan Trostle: Networked workstation intrusion detection system. Novell, Cesari & McKenna, July 6, 1999: US05919257 (368 worldwide citation)

During pre-boot (i.e., the period of time prior to initiating operation of the workstation operating system), a networked workstation performs an intrusion detection hashing function on selected workstation executable program(s). A computed hash value calculated by the hashing operation is compared ...


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Hon Wah Chin, Michael Fine, Norman W Finn, Richard J Hausman: Port aggregation protocol. Cisco Systems, Cesari & McKenna, September 28, 1999: US05959968 (219 worldwide citation)

A port aggregation protocol (PAGP) dynamically aggregates redundant links between two neighboring devices in a computer network through the exchange of aggregation protocol data unit (AGPDU) frames between the two devices. Each AGPDU frame contains a unique identifier corresponding to the device sou ...


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Steve Mann: Method and apparatus for producing digital images having extended dynamic ranges. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cesari & McKenna, October 27, 1998: US05828793 (201 worldwide citation)

Different exposures of an electronically represented, pictorial scene are combined into a final image having expanded dynamic range yet still capturing subtle differences in exposure. The final image provides increased shadow, midtone and highlight detail notwithstanding the limited response of the ...


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Elton M Tucker, Elwood F Kamperman, Richard W Hatch Jr, Charles Carswell, Frank Prosl: Implantable infusate pump. Metal Bellows Company, Cesari & McKenna, April 20, 1976: US03951147 (197 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable infusate pump for implantation in the human body can be refilled periodically by injection through an inlet septum under the skin. A conduit from the pump outlet conducts fluid to an infusion site in the body. The needle penetrating the septum protrudes into an antechamber and dischar ...


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Keith McCloghrie, Silvano Gai, Shai Mohaban: Method and apparatus for identifying network data traffic flows and for applying quality of service treatments to the flows. Cisco Technology, Cesari & McKenna, September 4, 2001: US06286052 (172 worldwide citation)

A system within a computer network identifies specific traffic flows originating from a given network entity and requests and applies appropriate policy rules or service treatments to the traffic flows. A network entity includes a flow declaration component that communicates with one or more applica ...


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John T Boatwright, David G Prince, William F Haskett, Helmut Koch: Special services add-on for dial pulse activated telephone switching office. Summa Four, Cesari & McKenna, November 4, 1980: US04232199 (167 worldwide citation)

A special services add-on specifically adapted for use in a dial pulse activated telephone switching office such as a step-by-step office to enable the addition of various modern features thereto, thereby extending the economic life of the office. The add-on is a stored program, processor based syst ...


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Patrick Fenton, Albert J Van Dierendonck: Pseudorandom noise ranging receiver which compensates for multipath distortion by dynamically adjusting the time delay spacing between early and late correlators. NovAtel Communications, Cesari & McKenna, February 14, 1995: US05390207 (152 worldwide citation)

A receiver for pseudorandom noise (PRN) encoded signals consisting of a sampling circuit, multiple carrier and code synchronizing circuits, and multiple digital autocorrelators. The sampling circuit provides digital samples of a received composite signal to each of the several receiver channel circu ...


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Patrick Fenton, Kwok Ki K Ng, Thomas J Ford: Multi-channel digital receiver for global positioning system. NovAtel Comunications, Cesari & McKenna, March 31, 1992: US05101416 (131 worldwide citation)

A receiver for pseudorandom noise (PRN) encoded signals consisting of a sampling circuit and multiple channel circuits, with each channel circuit including a carrier and code synchronizing circuit and multiple digital correlators with dynamically adjustable code delay spacing. The sampling circuit p ...