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Maurice B Shamash, William W Staley, Charles I Denton, Fred D Walton: Microcircuit modular package. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, August 8, 1972: US3683105 (72 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus whereby the interconnection of integrated circuit chips is obtained by means of multilayers of microcircuit conductors fabricated on at least one flexible dielectric film. Metallized conductors are fabricated and selectively connected on both sides of the film by means of metall ...


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Wilbur J O Neill: High pressure gas pressurization system. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, D Schron, September 5, 1972: US3688770 (16 worldwide citation)

High pressure gas is fed into a hyperbaric chamber to be pressurized, directly through a series of pressure reducing orifices. The expansion of the high pressure gas that results, effects a cooling of the interior of the chamber.


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William C Horsey, Robert H Samson, Don O McCauley: X-ray tire inspection apparatus. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, D F Straitiff, November 16, 1971: US3621246 (16 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for the complete X-ray inspection of a tire is described. Power-operated spindles arranged oppositely along an open-ended clearanceway in a supporting frame, spread the beads of the tire and rotate it about its center. An angulated X-ray tube on one end of a curved inspection arm directs a ...


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Basil M Lide: X-ray tire inspection apparatus. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, D F Straitiff, November 16, 1971: US3621247 (15 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for the complete X-ray inspection of a tire is described. An X-ray tubehead with a reversible-motor-operated tube insert turnable about a vertical axis, is disposed within the tire to aim a small-focal-spot X-ray beam horizontally outward through the tire from the center of its cross secti ...


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James R Cricchi, William W Beydler: Non-volatile memory element and array. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, August 8, 1972: US3683335 (7 worldwide citation)

A metal insulated semiconductor (MIS) field effect transistor is operated in a gate-to-source mode. The voltage threshold of conduction of the transistor is variable and is switched between two different stable threshold conditions in response to application of corresponding, different predetermined ...


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Andre Wavre, Francis T Thompson, Tibor D Rubner: Control logic circuit. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, D Schron, January 19, 1971: US3557383 (5 worldwide citation)

A universal logic gate for fabrication as an integrated circuit includes a first input section and a second input section each of which may be selectively chosen for connection to an inverting or output stage. The circuit includes a threshold means so that the response of the output stage is limited ...


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Gerald B Brandt: Spatial frequency diversity for coherent optical processing. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, Stanley Weinberg, November 16, 1971: US3620598 (5 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for improving the quality of an input transparency used in an optical processor. The input transparency is illuminated with coherent light which has been passed through a fine grating or grid. The grid causes the transparency to be broken up into a plurality of diffraction patterns. When t ...


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Noel C Peterson, Gerald I Klein: Apparatus for dissipating wave energy. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, November 16, 1971: US3621479 (5 worldwide citation)

Described is a power-dissipating termination for wave energy transmission lines, characterized in having a low voltage standing wave ratio essentially independent of input power and operable in ambient temperatures up to 300.degree. C. over a frequency range from zero to ultrahigh frequencies and ab ...


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Donald A Bozanic, Dickron Mergerian, Ronald W Minarik: Broadband zero field exchange echo system. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Pittsburgh PA, F H Henson, E P Klipfel, June 20, 1972: US3671855 (3 worldwide citation)

A system for the generation of an 'exchange echo' signal similar to a spin echo signal utilizing a very heavily doped sample such as rutile, having paramagnetic defect centers in the order of 1 .times. 10.sup.19 to 1 .times. 10.sup.21 defect centers/cm.sup., wherein no magnetic field of any kind is ...