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William P Kornrumpf: Compact high density interconnected microwave system. General Electric Company, Robert Ochis, Geoffrey Krauss, September 6, 1994: US05345205 (75 worldwide citation)

A multimodule microwave system is assembled in a physically compact, high reliability manner employing a high density interconnect structure to interconnect the different modules of a microwave system by rendering the portion of the interconnect structure between modules flexible and by folding the ...


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William P Kornrumpf, David A Bates: Microwave component test method and apparatus. General Electric Company, Robert Ochis, Geoffrey Krauss, September 27, 1994: US05351001 (19 worldwide citation)

A test fixture for testing microwave components enables components to be tested with high correlation between the component's test results and its operation in a system. The test fixture provides for non-destructive mounting of and connection of the component to the test fixture in the same manner a ...


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Jack D Kingsley, Henry H Woodbury: Solid state radiation detector system. General Electric Company, Geoffrey Krauss, Joseph T Cohen, Jerome C Squillaro, August 30, 1977: US04045675 (13 worldwide citation)

A solid state radiation flux detector system utilizes a detector element, consisting of a bar of semiconductor having electrical conductance of magnitude dependent upon the magnitude of photon and charged particle flux impinging thereon, and negative feedback circuitry for adjusting the current flow ...


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Walter J Butler, Charles W Eichelberger: Reference voltage source with temperature-stable MOSFET amplifier. General Electric Company, Geoffrey Krauss, Joseph T Cohen, Marvin Snyder, August 21, 1979: US04165478 (11 worldwide citation)

A reference voltage source, relatively insensitive to changes in ambient temperature and supply voltage, utilizes a plurality of charge transfer amplifiers each having a temperature-stable amplification factor determined essentially by the ratio of two capacitances and independent of temperature-rel ...


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Roy R Weidman, Thomas Benjamin Hobbs: Rotating machine with cooled hollow rotor bars. BAE Systems Controls, Paul J Esatto Jr Esq, Geoffrey Krauss Esq, August 10, 2004: US06772504 (8 worldwide citation)

A rotating machine including a rotating shaft: a plurality of conductive rotor bars spaced from the rotating shaft and fixed to the rotating shaft through at least one intermediate member, where at least one of the plurality of conductive rotor bars have at least one first internal conduit; and a ci ...


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William A Penn, James W Stauffer: Optical calibration of wide aperture array. General Electric Company, Paul Checkovich, Geoffrey Krauss, June 30, 1992: US05126977

A wide-aperture array, used to sonically measure range to a source, is calibrated by providing a beam of optical energy from a first location, rigidly affixed to a first end sensor of a trio of array sensors, through a lens at a second location rigidly affixed to a middle one of the trio of sensors, ...