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John J Seliskar: Fully-depleted castellated gate MOSFET device and method of manufacture thereof. John L Isaac, May 1, 2007: US07211864 (87 worldwide citation)

A fully depleted castellated-gate MOSFET device is disclosed along with a method of making the same. The device has robust I/O applications, and includes a semiconductor substrate body having an upper portion with an upper end surface and a lower portion with a lower end surface. A source region, a ...


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Harold Aron Piskiel, Mitchell Scott Krieger, Benjamin Chien Wen Lee, Christopher Blair Preston: Method for defining and applying rules for message distribution for transaction processing in a distributed application. Neon Software, Daniel N Fishman, John L Isaac, Lee Fishman & Isaac, April 13, 1999: US05893911 (81 worldwide citation)

Methods and associated structures for rapidly processing messages in a distributed computing application. Rules are stored in structures defined by the present invention and methods associated therewith rapidly process the boolean predicates of the rules to determine what actions need be taken in th ...


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Larry K W Ching: Cover assembly for rechargeable battery. Optima Batteries, Donald W Margolis, John L Isaac, February 1, 1994: US05283137 (62 worldwide citation)

A device is disclosed both for covering a multi-cell rechargeable battery having upper terminal connections and for use as a mounting spacer for the battery. The device includes a cover sized and shaped to shield the top surface of the battery when attached thereto and has a plate with apertures dis ...


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Randy C Gee, Edmund K May: Solar concentrator device and support structure therefor. Industrial Solar Technology, John L Isaac, October 22, 1991: US05058565 (55 worldwide citation)

A solar concentrator device is disclosed. The device includes a solar concentrating panel having a longitudinal axis and defining a parabolic surface having a focal line substantially parallel to its longitudinal axis. The parabolic surface terminates in opposed longitudinal side edges. A mechanism ...


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Betty A Sidebottom: Tactical load-bearing protective vest. SITE Enterprises of Colorado, John L Isaac, Isaac & Associates, February 13, 2001: US06185738 (53 worldwide citation)

A load-bearing protective vest is provided and is adapted to selectively carry detachable elements such as supply receptacles and other auxiliary items. The vest is in the form of a unitary member having a front panel, a rear panel and a central panel interconnecting the front and rear panels. Each ...


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Larry K W Ching: Cover assembly for rechargeable battery. Optima Batteries, Donald W Margolis, John L Isaac, May 16, 1995: US05415956 (45 worldwide citation)

A device is disclosed both for covering a multi-cell rechargeable battery having upper terminal connections and for use as a mounting spacer for the battery. The device includes a cover sized and shaped to shield the top surface of the battery when attached thereto and has a plate with apertures dis ...


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Steven C Aberle: Ground pocket support. John L Isaac, May 27, 1997: US05632464 (41 worldwide citation)

A ground pocket support device is disclosed for removably mounting a post having variable cross-section shape and size. The ground pocket support device includes an elongate ground engaging member having upper and lower end portions. The member is adapted for placement in the ground and defines a ho ...


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Edward A Heath: Unitary collapsible and disposable pet litter container. John L Isaac, July 10, 1990: US04940016 (40 worldwide citation)

A disposable pet litter container is disclosed. The container is foldable between a collapsed state for storage and disposal, and an erect state for use. The container includes a lower box portion defining a litter-containing receptacle. The lower box portion includes a bottom, peripheral wall membe ...


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Philip E Clements: Hinged metal detection cover for a receptacle. Denver Dynamics, John L Isaac, November 19, 1996: US05576621 (39 worldwide citation)

A metal detector especially adapted to prevent the inadvertent or unauthorized deposit of metal objects into receptacles includes a housing provided with a central opening surrounded by a funnel-like surface for directing articles into a receptacle such as a medical waste disposal bag, a trash can, ...


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Philip E Clements: Device for detecting metal objects passing through an opening. Denver Dynamics, John L Isaac, August 19, 1997: US05659247 (36 worldwide citation)

A metal detection device is disclosed and includes a housing defining a central aperture. An induction member is mounted to the housing and surrounds the aperture for generating an output voltage in response to the presence of a metal object near the induction member. A mechanism is provided for cal ...