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Chinmei C Lee, Stephen A McGaw: Method and apparatus for providing personalized telephone subscriber features at remote locations. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, Peter Visserman, February 6, 1990: US04899373 (272 worldwide citation)

Personalized telephone features are made available to subscribers away from their home base. A nationally accessible data base system stores feature data in association with personal identification numbers. A subscriber wishing to use personalized features while away from the home base dials a speci ...


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Roger A Elliott, Wayne V Lindquist: Reliable local data network arrangement. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Werner Ulrich, Peter Visserman, September 8, 1987: US04692918 (235 worldwide citation)

The reliability of a distributed processing system is enhanced through the use of a highly reliable data communication system. Each node of such a system is connected to the other nodes by a local data network, including duplicated data network media, such as coaxial cables. Each node includes a mai ...


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Wayne A Davidson, Diana S Winter: Automated call handling apparatus. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Peter Visserman, Werner Ulrich, June 11, 1991: US05023868 (227 worldwide citation)

A computer connected to an ISDN switch via an ISDN digital subscriber line, has shared cell appearances with a number of telephone stations connected to the switch and on the basis of shared call appearance associated messages from the switch, controls the forwarding of calls directed to the station ...


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Hanz W Herrig, David N Horn, Daniel V Peters, Randy D Pfeifer, Wayne R Wilcox: Method and apparatus for controlled removal and insertion of circuit modules. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, AT&T Information Systems, Peter Visserman, May 30, 1989: US04835737 (212 worldwide citation)

An electronic circuit board electrically connected to other circuits of a data processing system by means of a bus, may be removed and re-inserted in the system without the necessity of disabling other circuits connected to the bus. A latch actuated switch provides a control signal in anticipation o ...


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Robert W Foster, Charles B Hirschman, Marie L Todd: Method of and an arrangement for forwarding a customer order. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, Peter Visserman, January 30, 1990: US04897867 (209 worldwide citation)

A method and an arrangement are disclosed for forwarding a customer order received from a requesting customer line to a vendor data link. For use with a telecommunications switching system, the order entry arrangement includes a customer signal receiver for receiving customer signals from a requesti ...


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Bhairav A Majmudar, Vinh T Vu: Telecommunication system with subscriber controlled feature modification. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, Peter Visserman, January 30, 1990: US04897866 (143 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for allowing a subscriber to select telephone features from the subscriber terminal is disclosed. The subscriber terminal includes a touch screen display and a customer premises computer. The terminal in response to a touching of the appropriate area of the screen, displays a list of ...


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Wayne A Davidson, Diana S Winter: Telephone agent call management system. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Peter Visserman, Werner Ulrich, October 29, 1991: US05062103 (133 worldwide citation)

A computer connected to an ISDN central office switch via an ISDN digital subscriber line, provides management information regarding activities of a plurality of telephone agents. The computer has shared call appearances with a number of telephone agent stations and receives shared call appearance a ...


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Willem J F Bout: Coaxial connector. AT&T Philips Telecommunications, Peter Visserman, April 10, 1990: US04915651 (125 worldwide citation)

The connector comprises two conector portions (1, 3), each of which comprises an inner contact member (5, 49) which is coaxially surrounded by an outer contact member (23, 59) whereto it is mechanically connected via an insulating body (9, 53). At its free end each contact member (5, 23, 49, 59) com ...


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Michael F McAllister, James A McDonald, Gordon J Robbins, Madhavan Swaminathan, Gregory M Wilkins: High density memory structure. International Business Machines Corporation, Lynn L Augspurger, Peter Visserman, June 4, 1996: US05523619 (108 worldwide citation)

A memory cube comprising a plurality of memory chips, each having a plurality of data storage devices, is provided with an auxiliary chip having inactive line termination circuits and the auxiliary chip or chips are formed as part of the memory cube structure and disposed among the memory chips on a ...


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Thomas T Butler, Wayne V Lindquist, Priscilla M Lu: Data network acknowledgement arrangement. AT&T Bell Laboratories, Werner Ulrich, Peter Visserman, March 31, 1987: US04654654 (99 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for flexibly interconnecting the nodes of a local data network to achieve reliable internodal data transmission while minimizing the extra data processing load on the host processors of each node. An interface processor is provided at each node which controls transmission and ...