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Daniel J Carr, Charles R Scally, Michael D Carney, Scott L Kern, Thomas A Satko, James W Zecca: Programmable electronic display for a chart recorder. General Signal Corporation, John F Ohlandt, Raymond E Smiley, September 7, 1993: US05243696 (152 worldwide citation)

A multipoint, multiple function recorder which can record, display, and process up to 135 input/output data points, either analog or discrete, in various combinations. A strip chart recorder is provided for permanently recording input and output data points and, in conjunction with the chart recorde ...


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Dean E Eastman, Jerome M Eldridge, Kurt E Petersen, Graham Olive: Cooling system for VLSI circuit chips. IBM Corporation, John F Ohlandt, December 24, 1985: US04561040 (120 worldwide citation)

A system for cooling integrated circuit chips and particularly those involving very large scale integrated circuits; the system provides for closely associating the heat-sink or heat exchange element with the integrated circuit chip by having the heat-sink, in the form of a "cooling chip", in intima ...


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Robert G Huff, John O Neill: Plant maintenance control system. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Karl F Jorda, John F Ohlandt, May 10, 1983: US04383298 (72 worldwide citation)

A plant maintenance control system designed to be effectuated through use of a computer; the basic aspect of the system relates to the unique results obtainable through particular operations performed by the computer based upon the unique organization and arrangement of the so-called data base compl ...


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William A Petit, George G Maderer, Samuel J Macano, James R Hoelscher: Automatic vehicle control and location system. General Railway Signal Corporation, John F Ohlandt, November 15, 1994: US05364047 (63 worldwide citation)

A signaling and traffic control system which is capable of a vehicle determining its own absolute position along a guideway based on information received from the wayside using an inductive loop or beacon system in conjunction with the distance traveled according to the onboard tach generator(s), an ...


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John J Dobrzanski, Jeffrey J McCabe, Robert W Right: Reliability and workability test apparatus for an environmental monitoring system. General Signal Corporation, Robert R Hubbard, John F Ohlandt, October 9, 1990: US04962368 (58 worldwide citation)

An environmental monitoring system in which a controller is arranged to test the workability and reliability of a plurality of detector units on a cyclic basis. Each unit has an analog sensor and an analog to digital converter for converting the analog sensor voltage to a digital value in a range of ...


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Andre Balogh: Self-contained maintenance-free emergency lighting. Tork, John F Ohlandt, January 31, 1978: US04071749 (55 worldwide citation)

A self-contained maintenance-free emergency lighting system involving a housing including a tough plastic cover so as to protect the system from vandalism; in order to test the system to determine whether it is operating properly, i.e., such that the emergency battery supply will furnish power to th ...


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Richard Chernock, Paolo Dettori, Milan Milenkovic, Antonio Ruiz: System and method for enabling a user to move between cyclically transmitted image streams. International Business Machines, John F Ohlandt, January 23, 2001: US06177930 (51 worldwide citation)

An interactive presentation system receives a plurality of series of digital data segments (e.g., image frames), each series of digital data segments appearing at the video presentation system on a repetitive, cyclic basis. Each digital data segment includes a first data portion from which an image ...


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Henrik Thurfjell, Robert G Ozarski: Apparatus and process for positioning wafers in receiving devices. General Signal Corporation, John F Ohlandt, September 3, 1991: US05044752 (50 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for loading and/or unloading wafers from a holding cassette to a quartz boat without scraping the wafer on the slots contained in the quartz boat; the apparatus comprising a robot and a paddle. The improvement resides in the main feature of wafer sensor means disposed on the ...


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Michael Roberts, Gregory Slobodzian: Apparatus and method for coin diameter computation. General Signal Corporation, Milton E Kleinman, John F Ohlandt, October 2, 1984: US04474281 (45 worldwide citation)

A system for recognizing coin diameters and for computing the cumulative value of coins, including an arrangement for determining the velocity of the coins under free fall conditions by measuring (1) the time taken by a given coin to traverse a fixed distance, namely, a gap between the levels at whi ...


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Manuel Pinto: Caddy for transporting a lawn mower operator. John F Ohlandt, May 9, 1989: US04828282 (45 worldwide citation)

A caddy that is hitchable to a self-propelled power mower which comprises a pair of wheels and an axle for coupling the wheels including a main axle member which is positioned below the wheel center, an operator platform is mounted on the main axle such that the operator is positioned over the axle. ...