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William E Baker, Fritz E Froehlich, Hans G Mattes: Cordless telephone system. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, T H Jackson, H L Newman, June 26, 1984: US04456793 (168 worldwide citation)

The present key telephone system comprises cordless telephone stations (FIGS. 6 and 7) which communicate over a line-of-sight transmission end link (276 or 277). The system further comprises a central controller (101) for switching communications between the cordless stations and to the message netw ...


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Dennis S Burcher, David M Dickson, Jeffrey A Walters: Video signal actuated switch. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, August 28, 1984: US04468701 (91 worldwide citation)

A video signal actuated switch is disclosed having general application in the area of video home entertainment systems. The present video signal actuated switch comprises an impedance matching circuit (200) for matching the impedance of an incoming video signal (VS) for display. A high impedance amp ...


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John Gordon Engstrom, Gary Merlin Petaja: Telephone stand. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, March 2, 1976: US03941951 (75 worldwide citation)

A telephone stand is disclosed including a chassis that is enclosed within a housing comprising a cover member and a base member. The chassis is a lattice-like structure including side and end walls at the periphery thereof and at least one intermediate wall extending therebetween. The walls serve a ...


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James R Fleming, William A Frezza, Gerald S Soloway: Terminal independent color memory for a digital image display system. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, March 27, 1984: US04439759 (71 worldwide citation)

The present terminal independent color memory for a digital image display system provides for inter-system compatability, color display systems generally having varying modes of access to color memories, varying color memory capacities, and features such as blinking implemented in varying ways. The ...


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Richard E Schwab: Self-adjusting fiberoptic connector assembly. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, P E Roberts, H L Newman, February 21, 1984: US04432604 (67 worldwide citation)

A fiber-optic electronic connector assembly provides for consistent low insertion loss operation by providing for the fiber optic connector assembly to float as a unit in three substantially orthogonal directions.


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James R Fleming: Method and apparatus for compiling three-dimensional digital image information. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, S R Williamson, March 27, 1984: US04439760 (59 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus, comprising a video data bus (8), a plurality of video memory modules (VM1-VMN), and bus arbitration circuits (BAC1-BACN) associated with each video memory module, are disclosed for compiling digital image information for display. A data processor (1) addresses the plurality o ...


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John DeCosta, James B Mallos, David B Roe: Dynamic position locating system. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, July 20, 1982: US04340777 (38 worldwide citation)

A position locating system for calculating the coordinates of a localized force applied to a surface (101a) has force sensing devices (101, 501, or 501a) for supporting the surface (101a). The force sensing devices provide force proportional electrical signals to a processing system (512) for calcul ...


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John DeCosta, James B Mallos, David B Roe: Mounting arrangement for a position locating system. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, October 19, 1982: US04355202 (28 worldwide citation)

Mechanical coupling apparatus for a position locating system comprises a force sensing device (504). One extremity of the coupling apparatus is joined to a rigid body (506) which may be fixed. A plate or a visual display screen (501) having a surface (501a or 501b) exposed to the application of a lo ...


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Alex M Brzezinski, Harold J Hershey, Stephen R Whitesell: Electroacoustic transducer. AT&T Bell Laboratories, H L Newman, January 8, 1985: US04492825 (25 worldwide citation)

A transducer embodying the present invention is assembled on a discrete electrically conductive frame (100) that has been formed to provide both leads (120-140) and a backplate (110). An integrated circuit chip (200) is bonded to one of the leads, and a dielectric inner housing member (300) is molde ...


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Gregory Lese, Donald H Nash: Frequency modulation transmitter for voice or data. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, H L Newman, S R Williamson, November 29, 1983: US04418416 (25 worldwide citation)

A portable frequency modulation transmitter (1) for voice or data is disclosed for operation at infrared frequencies. The transmitter comprises keyboard (200) or microphone (402) input capability and dual modes of use. In the data mode, carrier is generated when the keyboard is operated and is not g ...