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Yariv Amnon, Gover Avraham: Monolithic solid state travelling wave tunable amplifier and oscillator. California Institute of Technology, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, September 10, 1974: US3835407 (145 worldwide citation)

A travelling wave amplifier of signals in the millimeter wavelength range consists of a monolithic solid state waveguide structure wherein space harmonics of the input electromagnetic energy wave (signals) are generated due to periodic corrugations of the guide's top surface. The waveguide structure ...


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Wilbur E Du Vall, Roger J Foster: Apparatus and method for treating disorders in the region of the pubococcygeous muscle. Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, January 20, 1976: US03933147 (108 worldwide citation)

An electrical applicator for applying currents that cause repeated involuntary contractions of the pubococcygeous muscle. The repeated current applications are used to treat muscle structures that have been damaged during childbirth and/or weakened from disuse, and which have contributed to the path ...


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Joseph H Schulman: Implantable living tissue stimulators. Pacesetter Systems, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, January 31, 1978: US04071032 (91 worldwide citation)

An implantable living tissue stimulator is described with a current conductive protective shield, to prevent the flow of currents to or from the stimulator circuitry via the electrically conductive body fluid. Also disclosed is an implantable living tissue stimulator of the rechargeable type in whic ...


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Micka Ernest Z: Automatic visual inspection system for microelectronics. California Institute of Technology, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, September 30, 1975: US3909602 (89 worldwide citation)

A system for automatically inspecting an integrated circuit, including a device for shining a scanning narrow light beam at an integrated circuit to be inspected and another light beam at an accepted integrated circuit, a pair of photo-detectors that receive light reflected from these integrated cir ...


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David Philip Rossum: Circuit for dynamic control of phase shift. Oberheim Electronics, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, July 13, 1976: US03969682 (85 worldwide citation)

A current controlled variable transconductance amplifier having a differential input stage and a current source output stage is employed with negative feedback, either through a buffer amplifier or directly, to provide various all-pass, low-pass or high-pass filter configurations, each with controll ...


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John Houseman, Jack H Rupe, Raymond O Kushida: Hydrogen rich gas generator. California Institute of Technology, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, May 11, 1976: US03955941 (77 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus is described for producing a hydrogen rich gas by injecting air and hydrocarbon fuel at one end of a cylindrically shaped chamber to form a mixture, igniting the mixture to provide hot combustion gases, by partial oxidation of the hydrocarbon fuel. The combustion gases move a ...


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Court Patrick R J: Video and audio encoding/decoding system employing suppressed carrier modulation. Optical Systems Corporation, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, December 3, 1974: US3852519 (70 worldwide citation)

In a television transmission system, particularly a community antenna television system (CATV), although also applicable to broadcast television transmission, a system is disclosed for encoding both the video and audio components of a channel thus rendering the transmitted channel secure against una ...


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Rebane George J, Grossman Norman R: Graphic input device. Integrated Sciences Corporation, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, December 24, 1974: US3857022 (68 worldwide citation)

An interface device is provided comprising a screen made of a material such as plastic or glass whereby the two dimensional coordinates of the location at which the screen is tapped, by an object, such as a stylus, is obtained in the form of representative electrical signals, which may be supplied t ...


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Douglas Trumbull: Amusement ride. Future General Corporation, Standard Alliance, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, January 3, 1978: US04066256 (65 worldwide citation)

A relatively inexpensive and compact ride for an amusement park and the like, which creates the illusion that the passengers are seated in a rapidly maneuvering vehicle, by applying forces to the passenger in synchronism with the display of a motion picture image. The apparatus includes a passenger- ...


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Cormac G O Neill: Piezoelectric stack insulation. PZ Technology, Lindenberg Freilich Wasserman Rosen & Fernandez, March 8, 1977: US04011474 (63 worldwide citation)

By filling the container of a piezoelectric stack with a dielectric fluid under sufficient pressure, or applying sufficient pressure to a solid dielectric, to maintain dielectric particle velocity and piezoelectric particle velocity substantially spaced, dielectric breakdown with consequent arc over ...