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Joel Seely, Robert Leonard Malak, Timothy Peter Allen, Richard Robert Schediwy, William Andrew Cesarotti: Two-layer capacitive touchpad and method of making same. Synaptics, Malcolm B Wittenberg, February 13, 2001: US06188391 (938 worldwide citation)

By suitable use of screen-printed carbon ink patterning, combined with patterning of the solder-mask layer on the top (finger) surface, a compact capacitive touchpad pointing device has been realized using only a two-layer board as a substrate. The first layer, on the topside of the printed circuit ...


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Timothy Allen, Shawn P Day, Aaron T Ferrucci: Method and apparatus for scroll bar control. Synaptics Incorporated, Malcolm B Wittenberg, August 24, 1999: US05943052 (302 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for touchpad-based scroll control and method for scroll control comprising a data packet processor working in conjunction with a touchpad. A scroll zone, having a central axis, is defined on the touchpad. After detecting a user running a finger on the touchpad in a direction substantial ...


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Stan S dot over, Genrik Yegiazaryan, Sung Kee Baek, David S Hishinuma, Robert Jetter: Modular wireless headset system. Advanced Mobile Solutions, Malcolm B Wittenberg, Crosby Heafey Roach & May, May 8, 2001: US06230029 (158 worldwide citation)

A wireless headset system for use with, e.g. mobile phones, and which incorporates a wireless headset which communicates with a base station via magnetic inductive coupling or radio frequency signals to dial and send or receive calls via a conventional phone, e.g. a mobile phone, attached to the bas ...


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Federico Faggin, Joel A Seely, Timothy P Allen: Electronic device employing a touch sensitive transducer. Synaptics Incorporated, Malcolm B Wittenberg, July 6, 1999: US05920310 (149 worldwide citation)

An electronic device is provided making use of a touch pad module to implement user input functions. The electronic device includes a case having a region of thinner cross section than the remaining case side wall for receiving the touch pad module. The case is further provided with a through hole i ...


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Theodore Hersh: Intra-oral antioxidant preparations. Thione International, Malcolm B Wittenberg, May 25, 1999: US05906811 (83 worldwide citation)

The combination of several synergistic antioxidants, enzymatic co-factors and amino acids in appropriate delivery vehicles employed in aerosol carriers, mist and pump oral sprays, solutions, such as oral irrigators, mouth rinses and mouthwashes, or gels and solid compositions as a means of preventin ...


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L Tony King: Motionless mixer. Komax Systems, Malcolm B Wittenberg, June 28, 1988: US04753535 (82 worldwide citation)

A device for the mixing of two fluids in a conduit which is located within the conduit substantially along its longitudinal axis. The device is shaped as an elongated body having an upstream end and a downstream end, the upstream end being characterized as having an entry port for the entry of a fir ...


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Sylvan Eisenberg: Microingredient containing tracer. Micro Tracers, Malcolm B Wittenberg, March 31, 1987: US04654165 (82 worldwide citation)

A tracer particle for determining the concentration of a microingredient in a bulk material is disclosed. The tracer particle comprises a finely divided ferromagnetic particulate material approximately 90% of which is approximately 325 mesh or smaller, a microingredient and a binder wherein the micr ...


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Masahiro Hirano, Hiroyasu Takeuchi: Calcium phosphate granular cement and method for producing same. Mitsubishi Materials Corporation, Malcolm B Wittenberg, August 16, 1994: US05338356 (80 worldwide citation)

A calcium phosphate granular cement contains mixed powders obtained by mixing .alpha.-type calcium tertiary phosphate or calcium quaternary phosphate with a calcium phosphate compound selected from calcium primary phosphate, calcium secondary phosphate and mixtures thereof at a Ca/P molar ratio of 1 ...


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Richard F Carlson: Gaseous injector for mixing apparatus. Komax Systems, Malcolm B Wittenberg, June 23, 1987: US04674888 (65 worldwide citation)

A gas injector element for use in a mixing apparatus having a plurality of mixing elements, where the injector element is airfoil-shaped and is installed adjacent to the first of the plurality of mixing elements. The airfoil-shaped injector is fabricated from a metal or other suitable material havin ...


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Sherman R Farrell, Richard R Smith: Wire ion plasma gun. RPC, Malcolm B Wittenberg, November 22, 1988: US04786844 (62 worldwide citation)

An ion plasma electron gun for the generation of electron beams which exhibits electron beam dose uniformity and which is capable of varying the dose received by a material to be irradiated. Positive ions generated by a wire in a plasma discharge chamber are accelerated through an extraction grid on ...



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