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Gerald R Severson: Intracranial pressure sensing device. Motorola, Harry M Weiss, Kenneth R Stevens, March 16, 1976: US03943915 (85 worldwide citation)

A fluid pressure sensor for use internal to the human body including a completely ceramic sectioned outer shell having an opening therein for allowing fluid access to a thin metal diaphragm member. The thin metal diaphragm member is disposed between the sectioned outer shell by diffusion bonding in ...


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Terence John Trayes: Fixture and system for handling plate like objects. Motorola, Kenneth R Stevens, March 1, 1977: US04009785 (26 worldwide citation)

A system for handling plate like objects (e.g., semiconductor wafers) includes a gas actuated fixture having a surface for releasably picking up the plate like objects (e.g., by Bernoulli effect). Means is provided for moving the pickup fixture in a plane of motion from a first to second position. M ...


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Israel Arnold Lesk: Solar fluid heater. Motorola, Kenneth R Stevens, December 13, 1977: US04062352 (23 worldwide citation)

A solar fluid heater includes a first planar surfaced collector for transmitting solar energy to heat a fluid located in a plurality of passages adjacently disposed to the collector. A honeycomb convection suppressor includes sidewalls orthogonally disposed to the planar surface of the collector for ...


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Jon M De Laune: Phase-locked loop transceiver having automatic frequency offset selectability. Motorola, Harry M Weiss, Kenneth R Stevens, March 16, 1976: US03944925 (20 worldwide citation)

This specification discloses a frequency synthesizer or phase-locked loop transceiver operating from a reference oscillator source, F.sub.REF. A single phase-locked loop system for the transceiver includes counter means located in a feedback path connected between a voltage controlled oscillator (VC ...


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William F Davis: Clamping circuit. Motorola, Kenneth R Stevens, May 31, 1977: US04027177 (18 worldwide citation)

A clamping circuit particularly adaptable for integrated circuits having improved low impedance characteristics. The operating characteristics of a "current-mirror" clamping circuit are improved by coupling a regenerative semiconductor feedback circuit means across the transistor and diode current-m ...


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Roger L Hollstein, Ramachandra A Rao: High band width emitter coupled logic gate. Motorola, Harry M Weiss, Kenneth R Stevens, August 31, 1976: US03978347 (18 worldwide citation)

A high band width logic gate including a basic current switch logic block and emitter-follower output transistors. A switchable active circuit current sink is connected between an internal voltage switching node associated with the current switch logic gate and the emitter terminal of the emitter-fo ...


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Gene P Thome: Package and method for a semiconductor radiant energy emitting device. Motorola, Kenneth R Stevens, June 28, 1977: US04032963 (17 worldwide citation)

Method and structure for encapsulating or providing a package for a light emitting semiconductor device in order to prevent package failure due to chemical contaminants. A light emitting semiconductor chip is connected to terminal leads having sharp angular portions. The device and the sharp angular ...


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Gene P Thome: Package and method for a semiconductor radiant energy emitting device. Motorola, Kenneth R Stevens, July 12, 1977: US04034466 (16 worldwide citation)

Method and structure for encapsulating or providing a package for a light emitting semiconductor device in order to prevent package failure due to chemical contaminants. A light emitting semiconductor chip is connected to terminal leads having sharp angular portions. The device and the sharp angular ...


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Rodney J Means, Gene A Schriber: Flip-flop false output rejection circuit. Motorola, Harry M Weiss, Kenneth R Stevens, July 27, 1976: US03971960 (15 worldwide citation)

An asynchronously timed digital flip-flop circuit eliminates malfunction occurring when internal race conditions cause the flip-flop to lock up at the guasi-stable threshold state in which both input and output signals of the flip-flop are not at true logic levels but are equal to each other. The ad ...


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James R Bainter: Contact bounce transient pulse circuit eliminator. Motorola, Kenneth R Stevens, June 7, 1977: US04028560 (12 worldwide citation)

A circuit for eliminating transient pulses associated with the opening and closing of a mechanical contact by providing logic and memory circuit means for selectively comparing an input signal supplied from the contact terminal with the output signal from the memory means for either changing the sta ...