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Ronald P Hughes, Douglas G Swartz, Bruce E Weiner: Computer segmented memory management technique wherein two expandable memory portions are contained within a single segment. Zilog, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, April 24, 1984: US04445170 (28 worldwide citation)

Separate memory management units are described for use with a central processing unit to separately control expanding stack and data memory portions within a single logical memory segment. The stack and data portions are prevented from expanding into each other by a break register which contains an ...


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David J Nelson, William Wakefield, Raymond G Wilkins: Ridged electrode. Thermal Dynamics Corporation, Majestic Gallagher Parsons Siebert, November 1, 1988: US04782210 (28 worldwide citation)

An electrode used in a plasma-arc torch has ridges formed on the side surface thereof for initiating a pilot arc. The required voltage for initiating a pilot arc is substantially reduced by employing this type of electrode. The ridges have much smaller radii of curvature which substantially enhance ...


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Marc D Hartranft, Keith A Garrett: Integrated circuit high voltage protection. Zilog, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, May 17, 1988: US04745450 (26 worldwide citation)

Protection of the thin gate oxide of MOS field effect transistors from irreversible puncture due to undesired high voltages and currents, generated by electrostatic discharge through handling or otherwise, is provided by a two stage circuit that operates to shunt thousands or tens of volts around th ...


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Daniel M Chang, Richard J Wiersema: Bleach composition containing controlled density capsules. The Clorox Company, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, November 24, 1987: US04708816 (25 worldwide citation)

Microcapsules having density controlled to be close to that of an aqueous solution are provided which may be dispersed in liquid bleaching solutions and which are useful as coloring or whitening agents.


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George A May: Video computing system with automatically refreshed memory. Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, November 13, 1984: US04482979 (25 worldwide citation)

A video computing system is disclosed having an automatically refreshed memory. The computing system includes a dynamic memory connected to a cathode ray tube. A cathode ray tube controller is also connected to the memory and is capable of sequentially generating addresses, corresponding to location ...


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Michael C Stevens: Tonneau cover attaching system. Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, December 20, 1988: US04792179 (25 worldwide citation)

This invention attaches a flexible truck bed cover to the truck, by means of a plastic strip sewn into the cover, fitting inside a gap at the top of the bed, created by a supporting frame or a bed liner. The stretch in the flexible cover allows the plastic strip into the gap on all four sides of the ...


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Monte J Dalrymple: Circuit and technique for initializing the state of bistable elements in an integrated electronic circuit. Zilog, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, May 1, 1984: US04446381 (25 worldwide citation)

A circuit and technique provided as part of an integrated circuit for assuring that the circuit's many bistable elements are properly initialized into their desired state when the power is turned on to the circuit. An initialization signal is developed for forcing the bistable element to their pre-d ...


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Deidra B Jeffries: Bedding for children. Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, August 25, 1987: US04688282 (24 worldwide citation)

A child's bedding is provided which has a flat, generally rectangular blanket portion. A pair of spaced-apart straps are attached to the top edge of the blanket. The straps are adjustable both vertically as well as laterally. A plurality of fasteners permit alternate rows of fasteners to be engaged ...


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Stephen R Phillips: Optical sensors for detecting physical parameters utilizing vibrating piezoelectric elements. Luxtron Corporation, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, July 7, 1987: US04678905 (23 worldwide citation)

To detect a physical parameter such as pressure, temperature, acceleration or force, the physical parameter is allowed to influence the movement of a light transmitting piezoelectric member. Light is supplied to the member and the member is vibrated in a direction transverse to the light transmitted ...


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Kenneth A Wickersheim, Mei H Sun: Technique for optically measuring the temperature of an ultrasonically heated object. Luxtron Corporation, Majestic Gallagher Parsons & Siebert, December 2, 1986: US04626110 (23 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber temperature sensing probe is implanted into a human body or other object that is being heated, either by ultrasonic radiation alone or by a combination of ultrasonic and electromagnetic (radio frequency or microwave) energy. In order to measure temperature in an ultrasound field wit ...