Mitsui Kazuhiko: Apparatus for adjusting the flexing of the bending section of an endoscope. Olympus Optical, Flynn & Frishauf, July 1, 1975: US3892228 (395 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for adjusting the flexing of the bending section of an endoscope extending between the distal end and flexible tube, which comprises a pair of wire members partly wound about a pulley in opposite directions on the opposite sides of said pulley in a state fixed to the pulley at one end a ...

Gert Siegle, Albrecht Altmenn: Method and apparatus for transmitting and receiving additional information in a television signal. Blaupunkt Werke, Flynn & Frishauf, March 14, 1978: US04079419 (237 worldwide citation)

Identification of a program being transmitted is encoded digitally on a sub-carrier modulated on the sound carrier of a television signal with each elementary code group occupying a television field interval, the information being transmitted in cycles of several television fields. The sub-carrier f ...


Albert Weckenmann, Lothar Haas, Rolf Brautigam: Capacitative proximity sensing system. Robert Bosch G m b H, Flynn & Frishauf, April 5, 1977: US04016490 (172 worldwide citation)

A leakage field capacitor has two adjacently located surface electrodes placed on an essentially plane support surface. A signal source is connected to one of the electrodes, so that this electrode, which may then be termed the transmitting electrode, will provide an electrical field which is sensed ...

Jean Rene Bernard, Jean Nury: Method of dehydrocyclizing aliphatic hydrocarbons. Elf Union, Flynn & Frishauf, August 1, 1978: US04104320 (128 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of dehydrocyclizing aliphatic hydrocarbons to form corresponding aromatic hydrocarbons. According to the invention, a batch of aliphatic hydrocarbons, in the presence of hydrogen at a temperature of 430.degree. to 550.degree. C is passed over a catalyst consisting ...

Hartmut Sinn, Hans Stallmann: Centrifuge bag for treatment of biological liquids. Heraeus Christ, Flynn & Frishauf, October 26, 1976: US03987961 (121 worldwide citation)

The centrifuge rotor is formed with a central chamber and two peripheral annular chambers concentric therewith; an annular bag including ring-shaped compartments, made of flexible material, and with communicating ducts are placed into the three chambers, the central chamber additionally being big en ...

Michel Louis Paul Pistor: Automatic injector device. Flynn & Frishauf, August 22, 1978: US04108177 (118 worldwide citation)

An automatic injector device operating stroke-by-stroke, comprising a frame whose shape is substantially similar to that of a revolver, a removable injection syringes comprising a syringe body, a syringe piston and at least one injection needle, a syringe-cradle carrying the said syringe and itself ...

Atsushi Aoki, Rikiya Fukuda, Toshio Nakayabu, Keijiro Ishibashi, Chiyoko Takeichi, Mitsuo Ishida: Antibiotic substances. Sankyo Company, Flynn & Frishauf, April 13, 1976: US03950360 (118 worldwide citation)

New antibiotic substances are obtained by culturing a strain belonging to the genus Streptomyces and recovering said substances from the culture material. The new antibiotic substances possess insecticidal and acaracidal properties.

Ikuno Yuji, Kato Yutaka: Power source device for an electric surgical knife. Olympus Optical Company, Flynn & Frishauf, August 5, 1975: US3897787 (103 worldwide citation)

Power source device for an electric surgical knife for use with an endoscope comprising, means for supplying a high frequency signal to an electric surgical knife, a selector for determining whether or not the high frequency signal is attenuated before it is supplied to the knife, a level detecting ...

Hirotaka Kurata: Compatible stereophonic receiver. Sansui Electric, Flynn & Frishauf, April 5, 1977: US04016366 (97 worldwide citation)

A compatible stereophonic receiver capable of receiving a monaural signal, 2-channel stereophonic composite signal and multi-channel composite signal transmitted in the frequency modulated form, which comprises a plurality of band amplifiers each having a bandwidth different from each other so as to ...